austinite


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austinite

[′ȯs·tə‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
CaZnAsO4(OH) A colorless or yellowish mineral crystallizing in the orthorhombic system; consists of a basic calcium zinc arsenate; hardness is 4.5 on Mohs scale, and specific gravity is 4.13.
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Botryoidal gray-green plumbian austinite crystals (to 0.
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High Si content in the growing austinite rejects the carbide-stabilizing elements, which in turn promotes high concentration in the liquid around the austenite grains.
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Of note were some richly colored specimens of copper-rich austinite.