crandallite

crandallite

[′krand·əl‚īt]
(mineralogy)
CaAl3(PO4)2(OH)5·H2O A white to light-grayish mineral consisting of a hydrous phosphate of calcium and aluminum occurring in fine, fibrous masses.
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Palmer B, Gilkes RJ (1982) Reversion of calcined calcium aluminium phosphate fertilizers due to rehydroxylation of crandallite.
Bolland MDA, Allen DG (1987) Comparison of three soil tests for phosphate on lateritic soil fertilised with superphosphate, crandallite rock phosphates and apatite rock phosphates.
The minor amounts of crandallite and millisite in Christmas Island A-ore became amorphous.