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Quenstedtite is an uncommon iron sulfate mineral with formula Fe2(SO4)3.10H20. It forms violet or white crystals, and has been found at a couple of localities in Chile. It was named by G. Linck in 1888 after the German mineralogist F. A. von Quenstedt.
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