Kalsilite


Kalsilite
General
CategoryMineral
Formula
(repeating unit)
KAlSiO4
Crystal systemHexagonal
Space groupP6322 (no. 182)
Identification
Mohs scale hardness5.5


Kalsilite (KAlSiO4) is a vitreous white to grey feldspathoidal mineral that is found in some potassium-rich lavas, such as from Chamengo Crater in Uganda. It has a relative hardness of 5.5.

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Categories: Potassium minerals | Aluminium minerals | Feldspathoid | Hexagonal minerals | Minerals in space group 182




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