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Villiaumite is a mineral composed of sodium fluoride, NaF. It is soluble in water and some specimens fluoresce under long and short wave ultraviolet light. It has a mohs hardness of 2.5 and is usually red, pink, or orange in color. Named after the French traveller, Villium.
Categories: Sodium minerals | Halide minerals
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