Crisite - A New Mineral Species Found in the Bolhac Cave (Padurea Craiului Mountains, Romania)
A white, sometimes yellow-brownish, gelatinous sediment found in the Bolhac cave was studied in laboratory (microscopy, chemical composition, X-ray analysis, IR spectroscopy, therm o-analysis). It is a new amorphous minerai assigned to the group of hydrated aluminium sulphate-silicates and should be called "crisite".
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Bulletin de la Société Géographique de Liège, v. 29, p. 97-104
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Ghergari, Lucreţia and Onac, Bogdan P., "Crisite - A New Mineral Species Found in the Bolhac Cave (Padurea Craiului Mountains, Romania)" (1993). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 723.