|Crystal class||Prismatic (2/m)
(same H-M symbol)
Kolbeckite (scandium phosphate dihydrate) is a mineral with formula: ScPO4·2H2O. It was discovered originally at Schmiedeberg, Saxony, Germany in 1926 and is named after Friedrich L. W. Kolbeck, a German mineralogist. Kolbeckite is usually found as small clusters of crystals associated with other phosphate minerals.
- Hey, M. H.; Milton Charles; Dwornik Edward J. (1982). "Eggonite (Kolbeckite, Sterrettite), ScPO4·2H2O" (PDF). Mineralogical Magazine. 46 (341): 493–497. doi:10.1180/minmag.1982.046.341.15. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 14, 2012.
- Kolbeckite at Mindat.org
- Kolbeckite at Webmineral
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