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Physics and Chemistry of Minerals

, Volume 45, Issue 8, pp 745–758 | Cite as

Siudaite, Na8(Mn2+2Na)Ca6Fe3+3Zr3NbSi25O74(OH)2Cl·5H2O: a new eudialyte-group mineral from the Khibiny alkaline massif, Kola Peninsula

  • Nikita V. ChukanovEmail author
  • Ramiza K. Rastsvetaeva
  • Łukasz Kruszewski
  • Sergey M. Aksenov
  • Vyacheslav S. Rusakov
  • Sergey N. Britvin
  • Svetlana A. Vozchikova
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Abstract

The new eudialyte-group mineral siudaite, ideally Na8(Mn2+2Na)Ca6Fe3+3Zr3NbSi25O74(OH)2Cl·5H2O, was discovered in a peralkaline pegmatite situated at the Eveslogchorr Mt., Khibiny alkaline massif, Kola Peninsula, Russia. The associated minerals are aegirine, albite, microcline, nepheline, astrophyllite, and loparite-(Ce). Siudaite forms yellow to brownish-yellow equant anhedral grains up to 1.5 cm across. Its lustre is vitreous, and the streak is white. Cleavage is none observed. The Mohs’ hardness is 4½. Density measured by hydrostatic weighing is 2.96(1) g/cm3. Density calculated using the empirical formula is equal to 2.973 g/cm3. Siudaite is nonpleochroic, optically uniaxial, negative, with ω = 1.635(1) and ε = 1.626(1) (λ = 589 nm). The IR spectrum is given. The chemical composition of siudaite is (wt%; electron microprobe, H2O determined by HCN analysis): Na2O 8.40, K2O 0.62, CaO 9.81, La2O3 1.03, Ce2O3 1.62, Pr2O3 0.21, Nd2O3 0.29, MnO 6.45, Fe2O3 4.51. TiO2 0.54, ZrO2 11.67, HfO2 0.29, Nb2O5 2.76, SiO2 47.20, Cl 0.54, H2O 3.5, –O = Cl − 0.12, total 99.32. According to Mössbauer spectroscopy data, all iron is trivalent. The empirical formula (based on 24.5 Si atoms pfu, in accordance with structural data) is [Na7.57(H2O)1.43]Σ9(Mn1.11Na0.88Ce0.31La0.20Nd0.05Pr0.04K0.41)Σ3(H2O)1.8(Ca5.46Mn0.54)Σ6(Fe3+1.76Mn2+1.19)Σ2.95Nb0.65(Ti0.20Si0.50)Σ0.71(Zr2.95Hf0.04Ti0.01)Σ3Si24.00Cl0.47O70(OH)2Cl0.47·1.82H2O. The crystal structure was determined using single-crystal X-ray diffraction data. The new mineral is trigonal, space group R3m, with a = 14.1885(26) Å, c = 29.831(7) Å, V = 5200.8(23) Å3 and Z = 3. Siudaite is chemically related to georgbarsanovite and is its analogue with Fe3+-dominant M2 site. The strongest lines of the powder X-ray diffraction pattern [d, Å (I, %) (hkl)] are: 6.38 (60) (–114), 4.29 (55) (–225), 3.389 (47) (131), 3.191 (63) (–228). 2.963 (100) (4–15), 2.843 (99) (–444), 2.577 (49) (3–39). Siudaite is named after the Polish mineralogist and geochemist Rafał Siuda (b. 1975).

Keywords

New mineral Siudaite Eudialyte group Crystal structure IR spectroscopy Mössbauer spectroscopy Peralkaline pegmatite Khibiny massif 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work was financially supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, grants nos. 18-55-18003 (in part of mineralogical and chemical data), 16-05-00739 (in part of single-crystal X-ray analysis) and Russian Science Foundation, Grant No. 14-17-00048 (in part of investigations of physical properties). The authors are grateful to Dr. Axel Sjöqvist and Dr. Jiři Sejlora for valuable comments. The authors thank the Centre for X-ray Diffraction Studies of SPSU and Center for Molecule Composition Studies of INEOS RAS for instrumental support.

Supplementary material

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Fig. 1S Powder IR absorption spectra of (a) ikranite and (b) georgbarsanovite drawn using data from Chukanov (2014) (TIF 2096 KB)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Nikita V. Chukanov
    • 1
    • 2
    Email author
  • Ramiza K. Rastsvetaeva
    • 3
  • Łukasz Kruszewski
    • 4
  • Sergey M. Aksenov
    • 3
    • 5
    • 8
  • Vyacheslav S. Rusakov
    • 6
  • Sergey N. Britvin
    • 7
  • Svetlana A. Vozchikova
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Problems of Chemical PhysicsRussian Academy of SciencesMoscow RegionRussia
  2. 2.Faculty of GeologyMoscow State UniversityMoscowRussia
  3. 3.FSRC “Crystallography and Photonics”Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia
  4. 4.Institute of Geological SciencesPolish Academy of SciencesWarsawPoland
  5. 5.Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement CompoundsRussian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia
  6. 6.Faculty of PhysicsMoscow State UniversityMoscowRussia
  7. 7.Department of Crystallography, Institute of Earth SciencesSaint Petersburg State UniversityPetersburgRussia
  8. 8.Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth SciencesUniversity of Notre DameNotre DameUSA

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