glaucocerinite

glaucocerinite

[‚glȯ·kō′se·rə‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
A mineral composed of a hydrous basic sulfate of copper, zinc, and aluminum.
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Occurrence: Associated minerals are: glaucocerinite, natroglaucocerinite, zaccagnaite, serpierite and hemimorphite.
Relationship to other species: It is considered to be the copper-dominant analogue of glaucocerinite and carrboydite and a member of the hydrotalcite group.
The copper-dominant analog of carrboydite and glaucocerinite