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Ferrihydrite is a ubiquitous iron oxyhydroxide mineral. It is found throughout soil and water systems , important to many industrial applications  , and can even be found within many living organisms including humans. Ferrihydrite only exists as a nanomaterial, and while it has been classified as a mineral by the IMA since 1971, its structure is still a subject of debate.
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