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Kinoite (Ca2Cu2Si3O10-2H2O) is a light blue copper mineral. It is somewhat scarce. It has a monoclinic crystal system, vitreous luster, and is transparent to translucent. It can be found in the Santa Rita Mountains and the Christmas Mine in Arizona and a few copper mines.

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