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Haxonite



Haxonite is an iron nickel carbide mineral found in iron meteorites and carbonaceous chondrites.

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Molecular Formula: (Fe,Ni)23C6,

Hardness: 5½ - 6

Discovered in 1971, and named after H.J. Axon, metallurgist at the University of Manchester, Manchester, England.

 
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