Zhemchuzhnikovite

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Zhemchuzhnikovite is a mineral of organic origin; formula NaMg(FeAl)C2O4.8H2O. It forms smokey green crystals with a vitreous lustre and is found in Russian coal mines. It is named after Yury Zhemchuzhnikov (1885–1957), [1] a Russian clay mineralogist.

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