brewsterite


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brewsterite

[′brü·stə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
Sr(Al2Si6O18)·5H2O A member of the zeolite family of minerals; crystallizes in the monoclinic system and usually contains some calcium.
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Good-quality specimens of calcite, quartz, fluorite, sphalerite, stilbite, epidote, argentite and native silver, and nice microcrystals of the rare minerals armenite, brewsterite and rapidcreekite have also recently been found.
The syenite pegmatites contain calcium catapleiite, titanium-rich lavenite, lorenzenite, cesium-rich astrophyllite, kupletskite, pyrophanite, leucophanite, strontium-apatite, loparite, calcium-rich seidozerite, strontium-rich and zirconium-rich perrierite, brookite, landauite, murataite, polylithionite, brewsterite, chabazite, monazite, ancylite, bertrandite, vlasovite, hambergite.