Fahlunite

Fah'lun·ite (fä'lŭn*īt) noun [ From Fahlun , a place in Sweden.] (Min.) A hydrated silica of alumina, resulting from the alteration of iolite. [ 1913 Webster]
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fahlunite

<chemical> A hydration of iolite. ... Origin: From Falhun, a place in Sweden. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Fahlunite

• (n.) A hydration of iolite.
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Fahlunite

Fahlunite or Falunite, named after Fahlun (Falun) in Sweden, is a hydrated silica of alumina, resulting from the alteration of iolite. It is a mineral of a greenish colour, occurring in six-sided prisms.
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