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     <title>Widgiemoolthalite</title>
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     <surname>Knopp-Schwyn</surname><given_name>Collin</given_name><ORCID>http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4032-3117</ORCID>
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<span id="Figure 1"></span><span id="Fig 1"></span><span id="Fig. 1"></span><span id="Image 1"></span><span id="Figure1"></span><span id="Fig1"></span><span id="Fig.1"></span><span id="Image1"></span><div style="text-align: left; float:left;  clear:left;  padding:10px 10px 15px 0px;"><div style="font-size:   90%;            line-height: 1.3em;            width:       calc(250px );"><div style="position:relative; ">250px</div>Figure 1 | Widgiemoolthalite (bright green) intermingled with gaspéite (yellow-green). Field of view is three millimeters (0.12 in).<span class="plainlinks" style = "font-style: italic;"><span style="font-family:sans-serif;font-size:90%;font-weight:normal;color:black;background-color:transparent"><br>Leon Hupperichs, [https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en CC-BY-SA 3.0]</span></span></div></div>Widgiemoolthalite is a rare hydrated nickel(II) carbonate mineral with the chemical formula <span class="nowrap">(Ni,Mg)<sub>5</sub>(CO<sub>3</sub>)<sub>4</sub>(OH)<sub>2</sub>·5H<sub>2</sub>O</span>. Usually bluish-green in color, it is a brittle mineral formed during the weathering of nickel sulfide. Present on gaspéite surfaces, widgiemoolthalite has a Mohs scale hardness of 3.5 and an unknown though likely disordered crystal structure. Widgiemoolthalite was first discovered in 1992 in Widgiemooltha, Western Australia, which was its only known source as of 2016. It was named in 1993 by the three researchers who first reported its existence, Ernest H. Nickel, Bruce W. Robinson, and William G. Mumme.
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