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Definition of Alunogen

Alunogen
Alunogen A*lu"no*gen, n. [F. alun alum + -gen.] (Min.) A white fibrous mineral frequently found on the walls of mines and quarries, chiefly hydrous sulphate of alumina; -- also called feather alum, and hair salt.

Meaning of Alunogen from wikipedia

- Alunogen (from French alun, “alum”), also called feather alum and hair salt is a colourless to white (although often coloured by impurities, such as iron...
- occurs in ****ociation with melanterite, gypsum, halotrichite, pickeringite, alunogen, rozenite and mirabilite. The epsomite group includes solid solution series...
- alumen from the island of Melos appears to have been a mixture mainly of alunogen (Al 2(SO 4) 3·17H 2O) with pot****ium alum and other minor sulfates. A detailed...
- be written as [Al(H2O)6]2(SO4)3•5H2O, occurs naturally as the mineral alunogen. Aluminium sulfate is sometimes called alum or papermaker's alum in certain...
- Altaite Althausite Althupite Altisite Alum-(K) Aluminite Aluminium Alunite Alunogen Amakinite Amarantite Amblygonite Ameghinite Amesite Amicite Amphibole (mineral...
- oxidizing sulfide minerals (pyrite or marcasite). Occurs ****ociated with alunogen, pickeringite, epsomite, melanterite, gypsum and native sulfur. Occurrences...
- Zincmelanterite, 35 Alpersite; 40 Epsomite, 40 Goslarite, 40 Morenosite; 45 Alunogen, 45 Meta-alunogen; 50 Coquimbite, 50 Paracoquimbite; 55 Rhomboclase, 60 Kornelite...
- environments. It occurs with native sulfur, sal ammoniac, letovicite, alunogen and boussingaultite. Handbook of Mineralogy Mindat Webmineral Chesnokov...
- pyrite. It also occurs rarely with fumaroles. It occurs with melanterite, alunogen, fibroferrite, halotrichite, botryogen, butlerite and amarantite. It is...
- regions. It forms in fumaroles and in caves. It occurs with kalinite, alunogen, epsomite, melanterite, copiapite and gypsum. It was first described in...
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