fergusonite


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a dark mineral consisting of oxides of yttrium and erbium and tantalum and other minerals

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The first step is heating the sample to 200oC with sulphuric acid ("Acid Bake") which breaks down most of the LREE minerals and fergusonite.
The NYF Mukinbudin pegmatite field has been known for rare minerals including allanite, euxenite, fergusonite, ilmenorutile, monazite, xenotime and zircon since 2000.
Hidden for identification, and a short time later received a telegram saying "Congratulations; xenotime, fergusonite, cyrtolite, etc.
pollucite, tourmaline Gaiyang Fujian sapphire, pyrope Ganzhou Dayu Jiangxi barite, bismuth, cassiterite, fluorite, scheelite, sphalerite, wolframite Gaofeng Anhui epidote, garnet Gaoligongshan Yunnan topaz, tourmaline Gaoshitai Hebei *gaotaiite Gaowang Guangdong fergusonite, samarskite Gejiu Yunnan barite, bornite, cassiterite, hemimorphite Gongchangling Liaoning magnetite Gongga Sichuan barite Gongxian Henan bauxite (diaspore, boehmite) Guangshanzai Hubei turquoise Guichi Anhui azurite, malachite Guilin Guangxi Zhuang calcite A.
See La Bomba Kami Apatite, arsenopyrite, cassiterite, ferbertite, jarosite, jeromite, lazulite, pyrite, pyrrhotite, quartz twins, scorodite, siderite, tourmaline, wolframite Kari-Kari Almandine, epidote, hopeite; see Andacaba Kentiyok Galena Kesniri Barite, galena, pyromorphite La Bella Beryl, columbite, fergusonite, fluorite, monazite, topaz La Bomba Fluorite, scheelite La Colorada Bournonite, cassiterite, franckeite La Escosasa Galena La Gaiba See Anahi, Ayoreita La Joya Gold, muscovite La Paz La Ponderosa Chalcedony, copper La Reforma Bsimuth, bismuthinite La Salvadora 1 La Salvadora is the name of the (see Socavon) cooperative operating the Socavon.
Fergusonite has been reported from the cluster of pegmatites that includes the Mugeba, Bere, Enluma, Maria, Macotaia and Namagoa bodies (DSGM, 1974).