Rutherfordine specimen

Rutherfordine specimen

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Caption: Rutherfordine specimen. Rutherfordine is a carbonated oxide of uranium that has a flat, mica-like, crystalline habitat. It was named after the famous British nuclear physicist Ernest Rutherford. Specimen found in Lukwengule, Uluguru mountains, Tanzania. Actual width of sample is 34 mm.

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