Analcime mineral, 1804

Analcime mineral, 1804

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Caption: Analcime mineral. 19th-century illustration of 'silex analcimus', a form of analcime (analcite). This mineral consists of hydrated sodium aluminium silicate. Below the specimen are details of the crystal geometry. This specimen is from Kirkleston, Scotland. This artwork, dated 1804, is from 'British Mineralogy', issued between 1802 and 1817 by British naturalist James Sowerby (1757-1822).

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