Wavellite

Wavellite is a phosphate mineral with formula Al3(PO4)2(OH, F)3·5H2O. It normally occurs as translucent green radial or spherical clusters. ==Discovery and occurrence== It was first described in 1805 for an occurrence within the High Down Quarry, Filleigh, Devon, England and named for William Wavell (20 DEC 1750 - 15 JAN 1829) of England who disc...
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Wavellite

• (n.) A hydrous phosphate of alumina, occurring usually in hemispherical radiated forms varying in color from white to yellow, green, or black.
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Wavellite

Wa'vel·lite noun [ After Dr. Wm. Wavel , the discoverer.] (Min.) A hydrous phosphate of alumina, occurring usually in hemispherical radiated forms varying in color from white to yellow, green, or black.
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wavellite

hydrated aluminum phosphate [Al3(PO4)2(OH)35H2O], a common phosphate mineral that typically occurs as translucent, greenish, globular masses in ...
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Wavellite

Wavellite, named after its discoverer William Wavel who found it in clay near Barnstaple, Devon, England, is a rare mineral of secondary origin confirmed as a distinct species of mineral in 1805. It is a hydrous phosphate of alumina, occurring usually in hemispherical radiated forms varying in colour from white to yellow, green, or black. It is fou...
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