Phyllosilicates

2017-07-29T18:15:03+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Biotite, Pyrophyllite, Phlogopite, Halloysite, Lepidolite, Chrysocolla, Cavansite, Kaolinite, Chlorite group, Sepiolite, Okenite, Ajoite, Apophyllite, Ekanite, Allophane, Nelenite, Ussingite, Chapmanite, Apophyllite-(KF), Annite, Caryopilite, Carletonite, Brammallite, Chamosite, Cymrite, Clintonite, Dickite, Ephesite, Fraipontite, Franklinphilite, Hisingerite, Greenalite, Gyrolite, Kampfite, Imogolite, Kegelite, Macdonaldite, Macaulayite, Magadiite, Neptunite, Minnesotaite, Pentagonite, Pimelite, Sanbornite, Searlesite, Siderophyllite, Stilpnomelane, Tumchaite, Tuperssuatsiaite, Zussmanite flashcards Phyllosilicates
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  • Biotite
    Biotite is a common phyllosilicate mineral within the mica group, with the approximate chemical formula K(Mg,Fe)3AlSi3O10(OH)2.
  • Pyrophyllite
    Pyrophyllite is a phyllosilicate mineral composed of aluminium silicate hydroxide: Al2Si4O10(OH)2.
  • Phlogopite
    Phlogopite is a yellow, greenish, or reddish-brown member of the mica family of phyllosilicates.
  • Halloysite
    Halloysite is a 1:1 aluminosilicate clay mineral with the empirical formula Al2Si2O5(OH)4.
  • Lepidolite
    Lepidolite is a lilac-gray or rose-colored member of the mica group with formula K(Li,Al,Rb)3(Al,Si)4O10(F,OH)2.
  • Chrysocolla
    Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper phyllosilicate mineral with formula: Cu2-xAlx(H2-xSi2O5)(OH)4·nH2O (x<1) or (Cu,Al)2H2Si2O5(OH)4·nH2O.
  • Cavansite
    Cavansite, whose name is derived from its chemical composition, calcium vanadium silicate, is a deep blue hydrous calcium vanadium phyllosilicate mineral, occurring as a secondary mineral in basaltic and andesitic rocks along with a variety of zeolite minerals.
  • Kaolinite
    Kaolinite /ˈkeɪəlᵻˌnaɪt/ is a clay mineral, part of the group of industrial minerals, with the chemical composition Al2Si2O5(OH)4.
  • Chlorite group
    The chlorites are a group of phyllosilicate minerals.
  • Sepiolite
    Sepiolite, also known as meerschaum (/ˈmɪərʃɔːm/ MEER-shawm or /ˈmɪərʃəm/ MEER-shəm, German for foam of the sea) is a soft white clay mineral, often used to make tobacco pipes (known as meerschaum pipes).
  • Okenite
    Okenite (CaSi2O5·2H2O) is a silicate mineral that is usually associated with zeolites.
  • Ajoite
    Ajoite is a hydrated sodium potassium copper aluminium silicate hydroxide mineral.
  • Apophyllite
    The name apophyllite refers to a specific group of phyllosilicates, a class of minerals.
  • Ekanite
    Ekanite is an uncommon mineral notable primarily as being among the very few gemstones that are naturally radioactive.
  • Allophane
    Allophane is an amorphous to poorly crystalline hydrous aluminium silicate clay mineraloid.
  • Nelenite
    Nelenite is a rare manganese iron phyllosilicate arsenate mineral found in Franklin Furnace, New Jersey.
  • Ussingite
    Ussingite is a silicate mineral with formula Na2AlSi3O8(OH).
  • Chapmanite
    Chapmanite is a rare silicate mineral belonging to the nesosilicate group, discovered in 1924, and named in honour of the late Edward John Chapman (1821–1904), a geology professor at the University of Toronto.
  • Apophyllite-(KF)
    Apophyllite-(KF) or fluorapophyllite is a mineral of the apophyllite group, with the chemical formula of KCa4Si8O20(F,OH)·8(H2O).
  • Annite
    Annite is a phyllosilicate mineral in the mica family.
  • Caryopilite
    Caryopilite (synonymous with ectropite and ektropite) is a brown-colored mineral with formula (Mn2+,Mg)3Si2O5(OH)4.
  • Carletonite
    Carletonite is a rare silicate mineral with formula KNa4Ca4(CO3)4Si8O18(F,OH)·(H2O).
  • Brammallite
    Brammallite is a sodium rich analogue of illite.
  • Chamosite
    Chamosite is the Fe2+end member of the chlorite group.
  • Cymrite
    Cymrite is a silicate mineral with the chemical formula BaAl2Si2(O,OH)8·H2O.
  • Clintonite
    Clintonite is a calcium magnesium aluminium phyllosilicate mineral.
  • Dickite
    Dickite (Al2Si2O5(OH)4) is a phyllosilicate clay mineral named after the metallurgical chemist Allan Brugh Dick, who first described it.
  • Ephesite
    Ephesite is a rare member of the mica silicate mineral group, phyllosilicate.
  • Fraipontite
    Fraipontite is a zinc aluminium silicate mineral with a formula of (Zn,Al)3(Si,Al)2O5(OH)4.
  • Franklinphilite
    Franklinphilite is a phyllosilicate of the stilpnomelane group, found exclusively from the Franklin and Sterling Hill mines in Franklin, Sussex County, New Jersey.
  • Hisingerite
    Hisingerite is an iron(III) phyllosilicate mineral with formula Fe3+2Si2O5(OH)4·2H2O.
  • Greenalite
    Greenalite is a mineral in the kaolinite-serpentine group with the chemical composition (Fe2+,Fe3+)2-3Si2O5OH4.
  • Gyrolite
    Gyrolite (NaCa16Si23AlO6(OH)8·14H2O) is a silicate mineral that is usually associated with zeolites.
  • Kampfite
    Kampfite is a rare barium silicate–carbonate–halide mineral with formula: Ba12(Si11Al5)O31(CO3)8Cl5.
  • Imogolite
    Imogolite is an aluminium silicate clay mineral with formula: Al2SiO3(OH)4.
  • Kegelite
    Kegelite is a complex silicate mineral with formula Pb8Al4Si8O20(SO4)2(CO3)4(OH)8.
  • Macdonaldite
    Macdonaldite is a rare barium silicate mineral with a chemical formula of BaCa4Si16O36(OH)2·10H2O.
  • Macaulayite
    Macaulayite is a red, earthy, monoclinic mineral, with the chemical formula (Fe3+, Al)24Si4O43(OH)2.
  • Magadiite
    Magadiite is a hydrous sodium silicate mineral (NaSi7O13(OH)3·4(H2O)) which precipitates from alkali brines as an evaporite phase.
  • Neptunite
    Neptunite is a silicate mineral with the formula KNa2Li(Fe2+, Mn2+)2Ti2Si8O24.
  • Minnesotaite
    Minnesotaite is an iron silicate mineral with formula: (Fe2+,Mg)3Si4O10(OH)2.
  • Pentagonite
    Pentagonite is a rare silicate mineral with formula Ca(VO)Si4O10·4(H2O).
  • Pimelite
    Pimelite was discredited as a mineral species by the International Mineralogical Association (IMA) in 2006, in an article which suggests that “pimelite” specimens are probably willemseite (which is approved), or kerolite (which is also discredited).
  • Sanbornite
    Sanbornite is a rare barium phyllosilicate mineral with formula BaSi2O5.
  • Searlesite
    Searlesite is a sodium borosilicate mineral, with the chemical formula NaBSi2O5(OH)2.
  • Siderophyllite
    Siderophyllite is a rare member of the mica group of silicate minerals with formula KFe2+2Al(Al2Si2)O10(F,OH)2.
  • Stilpnomelane
    Stilpnomelane is a phyllosilicate mineral.
  • Tumchaite
    Tumchaite, Na2(Zr,Sn)Si4O11•H2O, is a colorless to white monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral.
  • Tuperssuatsiaite
    Tuperssuatsiaite is a rare clay mineral found in Greenland, Namibia and Brazil.
  • Zussmanite
    Zussmanite (K(Fe2+,Mg,Mn)13[AlSi17O42](OH)14) is a hydrated iron-rich silicate mineral.