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Alunogen also called feather alum and hair salt is a colourless to white (although often coloured by impurities) fibrous aluminium sulfate mineral often found on the walls of mines and quarries.
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Alunogen has the chemical formula: Al2(SO4)3·17H2O.
Categories: Aluminium minerals | Sulfate minerals
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