6th March, 2012

Apopholite consists of hydrous calcium potassium fluorsilicate, often with a small amount of nickel and iron.

Apopholite consists of hydrous calcium potassium fluorsilicate, often with a small amount of nickel and iron.

Notes

  1. sinsofgreed reblogged this from reservoircat
  2. azmiscellany reblogged this from reservoircat and added:
    This looks like a job for a dilute of HCL acid! Jk. I just miss playing with rocks. Maybe just powdered. I need more...
  3. fractalfeline reblogged this from castlegem and added:
    Apopholite consists of hydrous calcium potassium fluorsilicate, often with a small amount of nickel and iron.
  4. castlegem reblogged this from reservoircat
  5. reservoircat posted this