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April 19, 2006



Zakharovite is a mineral, a silicate of sodium and manganese; formula Na4Mn5Si10O20(OH)6.6H2O. It has a yellow colour with apearly lustre. Discovered in 1982 in the Kola peninsula of Northern Russia, it is named after EE Zakharov, the dierector of the Moscow Institute of Geological Exploration.

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