Analcime crystals

Analcime crystals

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Caption: Analcime crystals on their host rock. Analcime, or analcite, is a colourless white to grey, tectosilicate mineral often classified as a zeolite, but structurally and chemically it is more similar to feldspars. It consists of hydrated sodium aluminium silicate and typically occurs in the form of stocky trapezohedrons. Specimen found in Tirol, Italy.

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