Cancrinite


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Can´cri`nite


n.1.(Min.) A mineral occurring in hexagonal crystals, also massive, generally of a yellow color, containing silica, alumina, lime, soda, and carbon dioxide.
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1) has been known as a collecting locality for specimens of cancrinite, sodalite, nepheline, and lepidomelane (Fe-rich biotite).
Figure 2a reveals that the synthesis products include zeolite Na-Pl (GIS), cancrinite (CAN), sodalite (SOD) and Linde Type A (LTA).
These rocks contain mineral 'nepheline' as their major component along with other feldspathoidal minerals, like, cancrinite and sodalite [1, 12, 13, 17].
The product also features kihada extract and silver cancrinite, using patented, breakthrough technology to target and eliminate odors.
This transition zone is enriched by grayish white fibrous lorenzenite and contains pods of brown cancrinite.
Nepheline in a mesocratic syenite at Lac Rouge, Quebec (locality 76) is replaced by cancrinite and sodalite, which are subsequently altered to natrolite and thomsonite (Corriveau, 1984).
Ban Invisible Solids, with kihada extract and silver cancrinite, claim to uses this technology to eliminate these odors.
These minerals (natrite, thermonatrite, trona, shortite, sidorenkite, cancrinite group members, etc.
Other open questions, to quote the authors, are about the "guarinites", the zeolites, and the cancrinite group minerals.
Associated minerals are: cancrinite, sodalite and natrite (all of which are intergrown with megakalsilite).
Associated minerals are: K-feldspar, nepheline, sodalite, cancrinite, amphibole, pyroxene and other minerals.