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It was first identified in 1897 in rock samples from Narsarsuk, Greenland. In 1947 it was discovered to be the same as the mineral ramsayite, discovered in the 1920s in the Kola peninsula of Russia. It is also found in northern Canada.
It was named in honour of Johannes Theodor Lorenzen (1855-1884), Danish mineralogist.
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