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Zanazziite is a mineral, a complex phosphate with the formula Ca2(MgFe)(MgFeMnAl)4Be(OH)4(PO4)6.6H2O. Discovered in 1990 in Brazil, it is named after PF Zanazzi, Professor of Mineralogy, Perugia, Italy. Its color is pale to dark olive-green.
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