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Keilhauite (also known as yttrotitanite) is a mineral of a brownish black color, related to titanite in form. It consists chiefly of silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, calcium oxide, and yttrium oxide.
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It differs from titanite only in that calcium is substituted by up to 12 percent (Y,Ce)2O3.
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