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Thomsenolite is a mineral, NaCaAlF6·H2O from Greenland. It is an alteration product of cryolite.
Additional recommended knowledge
It was discovered in 1868 in Ivigtut, Greenland and named for Hans Peter Jorgen Julius Thomsen (1826-1909).
Categories: Sodium minerals | Calcium minerals | Aluminium minerals | Halide minerals
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