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Halite is the natural form of salt. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #salt #halite

Kinoite was named upon its discovery in 1970 after the pioneer Jesuit missionary Padre Eusebio Kino who worked in Arizona Sonora and Baja California.

Zaherite was discovered in 1977 in the Salt range Punjab Pakistan by Mohamed Abduz Zaher of the Bangladesh Geological Survey after whom it is named. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #zaherite

Zaherite was discovered in 1977 in the Salt range, Punjab, Pakistan by Mohamed Abduz Zaher of the Bangladesh Geological Survey after whom it is named.

Natrojarosite is isostructural with the mineral jarosite (same crystal structure different chemistries). Jarosite contains potassium instead of natrojarosite's sodium.

Natrojarosite is isostructural with the mineral jarosite (same crystal structure different chemistries). Jarosite contains potassium instead of natrojarosite's sodium.

Cristobalite is named after Cerro San Cristóbal in Pachuca Municipality Hidalgo Mexico.

Cristobalite is named after Cerro San Cristóbal in Pachuca Municipality Hidalgo Mexico.

Goosecreekite is named after the New Goose Creek Quarry in Leesburg Virginia where it was first found. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #goosecreekite

Francevillite was first described in 1957 for an occurrence in its type locality of the idle Mounana uranium mine, near Franceville, Haut-Ogooué, Gabon and was named for the city.

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Huntite was discovered in 1953 in Currant Creek, Nevada by George Faust who promptly named it in honour of his former teacher, Walter Frederick Hunt, Professor of Petrology at the University of Michigan.

Legrandite was first discovered in 1934 in the Flor de Peña Mine, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and named after M. Legrand, a Belgian mining engineer. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #legrandite

Legrandite was first discovered in 1934 in the Flor de Peña Mine Nuevo Leon Mexico and named after M. Legrand a Belgian mining engineer.

Uranophane is a calcium uranium silicate hydrate mineral that forms from the oxidation of uranium bearing minerals. Uranophane is also known as uranotile. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #uranophane #uranotile

Uranophane is a calcium uranium silicate hydrate mineral that forms from the oxidation of uranium bearing minerals. Uranophane is also known as uranotile.

Kinoite was named upon its discovery in 1970 after the pioneer Jesuit missionary Padre Eusebio Kino who worked in Arizona, Sonora and Baja California. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #kinoite

Kinoite was named upon its discovery in 1970 after the pioneer Jesuit missionary Padre Eusebio Kino who worked in Arizona, Sonora and Baja California.

Both metatorbernite and torbernite are named after the Swedish chemist Tornbern Bergmann. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #metatorbernite #torbernite

eartharchives: “Chabazite gets its name from the Greek ‘chabazios’ meaning ‘tune’ or ‘melody’, and is one of twenty stones named in the poem Peri lithos, which extolled the virtues of minerals.

Xanthoconite gets its name form the  Greek words 'xanthos' meaning yellow and 'konis' meaning powder.

Xanthoconite gets its name form the Greek words 'xanthos' meaning yellow and 'konis' meaning powder.

Kesterite was first described in 1958 for an occurrence in the Kester deposit in Yana basin, Yakutia, Russia, where it was discovered. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #kesterite #russia

Tarbuttite was discovered in 1907 in what is now Zambia & named for oil tycoon Percy Tarbutt.