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A Supposed New Mineral

Nature volume 82, page 280 (06 January 1910) | Download Citation

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WHEN we wrote recently (NATURE, October 28, 1909) about a supposed new mineral from Co. Antrim, we were led to believe that the specimen we had received was from the basalt—our information, in fact, was that “a very big pocket of it” had been found in that rock, but the exact locality could not be ascertained at that time, the finder having left home.

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  1. Laboratory, Royal Dublin Society, December 23, 1909.

    • RICHARD J. MOSS
    •  & HENRY J. SEYMOUR

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