The site distribution of iron and anomalous biaxiality in osumilitel

@inproceedings{GoLDueN2007TheSD,
  title={The site distribution of iron and anomalous biaxiality in osumilitel},
  author={DoN S. GoLDueN},
  year={2007}
}
  • DoN S. GoLDueN
  • Published 2007
osumilites from sakkabira, Japan, obsidian cliffs, oregon, and Nain, Labrador have been studied by optical, infrared, and Mdssbauer spectroscopy. Osumilite is an anhydrous mineral. A major proportion of the Fe2+ occurs in the channel-like cavities. Biaxial Nain osumilite is X-ray hexagonal, and does not show infrared spectroscopic evidence for AllSi ordering. The biaxiality arises from the channel contents.