Tavorite and barbosalite, two new phosphate minerals from Minas Gerais, Brazil

@inproceedings{Lindberg1954TavoriteAB,
  title={Tavorite and barbosalite, two new phosphate minerals from Minas Gerais, Brazil},
  author={Marie Louise Lange Lindberg and William T. Pecora},
  year={1954}
}
in completely ignoring a convention that is already well established, as the industrial chemists have done in naming their petroleum derivatives "petrochemical," when, as nearly everybody knows, petrochemistry is the chemistry of rocks. As a n alternative fo r the benefit of any reader who wishes to stand firmly on the mineralogist's principle, I suggest that he call Coes' new phase of silica silica C and that he call Iceat's phase silica I<. ROBERTB. SOSMAN 

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