Contributions to the topographical mineralogy of Moravia XVIII

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Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Nat. 70 (1985), issue 1–2, pages 31-53

Contributions to the topographical mineralogy of Moravia XVIII

This paper includes results of a mineralogical research m Moravia and in Silesia (Czechoslovakia) in 1982, 1983 and 1984

New Czechoslovak minarals are becquerelite, cltnochrysotite, conichalcite, kasolite, masutomilite, masuyite, metatyuyamunite, metauranospinite, novačekite II, studtite, uranospinite and wölsendorfite.

New Moravian and Silesian minerals are barkevikite, becquerelite, betauranophane, brannerite, clinochrysotile, conichalcite, devilline, ferrimolybdite, freieslebenite, kasolite, masutomilite, masuyite, metaautunite, metatyuyamunite, metauranospinite, metavoltine, metazeunerite, novačekite II, parsonsite, roscoelite, sapphirine, studtite, tyuyamunite, uranospinite, witherite, wölsendorfite and zinnwaldite.

Other minerals are arranged in alphabetic order, corrections and the list of literature are given at the end of this paper.


Tomáš Kruťa, Mineralogicko-petrografické oddělení, Moravské muzeum, Brno

Kruťa, T., 1985: Příspěvky k moravské topografické mineralogii XVIII. - Sci. Nat., 70, 1-2, 31-53 (with German summary)
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