UNIDENTIFIED MINERALS ASSOCIATED WITH ZEOLITES
EBURRU STATION HYDROTHERMAL LOCALITY

5-7-86 No. 88 5KV APER200 x1000 by CMN
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MAGNIFICATION FIGURES ARE FOR THE ORIGINAL SEMs, NOT FOR THE IMAGES YOU SEE ON YOUR COMPUTER SCREEN. I WILL BE ADDING SCALE BARS WHEN I HAVE TIME TO DO THE CALCULATIONS.




Rosettes

    White. In cloumn-like structures on flat blades of an unidentified zeolite, possibly heulandite.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts; on chabazite.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts; on chabazite.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts growing on chabazite. See SEMs below for details.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts growing on chabazite.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts growing on chabazite.

5-14-86 No. 103 5KV APER200 x2000 by CMN
Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts growing on chabazite.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with platy structures to form fiberous looking tufts growing on chabazite.

4 -2-86 No. 37 5KV APER200 x2000 by CMN
Coated Needles

    White. Needles (?) covered with interconnectes spheres of unknonwn mineral.

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Fiberous Tufts

    White. Needles (?) covered with unidentified amorphous coating, on chabazite.

5-7-93 No. 2000 5KV APER200 x2000 by CMN
Fiberous mat

    Pale ivory. Underlying bosses and domes of pale blue clay mineral covered by dense mat of fiberous crystals. Cracks probably from shrinkage of underlying clay mineral.