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|Long Waves (365nm): || Greenish Yellow ||Weak|
Phosphorescence (in the common meaning of the term) seen by naked eye:
Main Activator(s) and spectrum:
Comments on activators and spectra:
Thorium silicate: the mineral occurs sparingly in calcite carbonatites of the Murun alkalic massif, where it is associated with aegerine, potassium feldspar, quartz, tinaksite, titanite, apatite, dalyite, and thorite. (1995)
Weak yellowish green fluorescence in ultraviolet light (365nm).
Best Locality for luminescence(*):
- Sirenevyi Kamen Deposit, Murunskii Massif, Chara and Tokko Rivers Confluence, Aldan Shield, Sakha Republic (Yakutia), Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia ;
(*)Data are not exhaustive and are limited to the most important localities for fluorescence
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