Lanthanite


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Lan´tha`nite

    (lăn´thå`nīt)
n.1.(Min.) Hydrous carbonate of lanthanum, found in tabular white crystals.
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Lately, focus has turned to conversion coating that contains no chromium [12, 19, 20], such as phosphate [21, 22], phosphate-permanganate [23-25], stannate [26, 27], vanadate [28, 29], cerate [27, 30], lanthanite [31], and LDHs surface coatings [32-36].
1162 Lanthanite [Ueberroth mine, Friedensville], Saucon Valley, Pennsylvania, no.
The name lanthanite was introduced by Haidinger (1845); other obsolete names include "carbocerine" (Beudant, 1832), "hydrocerite" (Hartmann, 1843), and "hydrolanthanite" (Glocker, 1847).