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Reference: Ozdín D., 2009-2015 Minerals of Slovakia.

Index of occurence in Slovakia:

    1. EXCEPTIONAL      1 - 2 localities
   2. RARE    
                  3 - 6 localities
         7 - 15 localities
   4. ABUDANT            
  15 - 50 localities
  > 50 localities

Identification rating of mineral in Slovakia:

 1. WELL IDENTIFIED - mostly combination at least 2 most distinguished analytical methods (X -ray diffraction and electron microprobe)

2. PARTIALLY-INDENTIFIED - mineral mostly analyzed, but for well identification is need to make another analyses

3. UNDERIDENTIFIED - mineral mostly identified only visual, often very problematic or fictive


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Minerals of Slovakia

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Yttrocrasite-(Y)         (Y,Th,Ca,U)(Ti,Fe3+)2(O,OH)6         rhomb.
Index of occurence in Slovakia: 1                                           Identification rating of mineral in Slovakia: 2
Type locality: Burnet Co., Texas, USA (Hidden & Warren, 1906)
Oldest description from Slovakia area: Západné Tatry Mts.* (Uher et al., 2010)
Localities in Slovak Republic (1) and identification rating (in parenthesis): Západné Tatry Mts.* (2)
Size: microscopic
Najväčší kryštál z územia Slovenska: not listed
Photo is not available
Notes: *A more detailed location is not listed.

Hidden W. E. & Warren C. H., 1906: On yttocrasite, a new yttrium-thorium-uranium titanate. Am. J. Sci., 22, 4, 515-519.

Uher P., Dianiška I., Bačík P., Ondrejka M., Pršek J., Zubaj R., 2010: Gadolinite and crichtonite group minerals: breakdown products of primary monazite and xenotime in granitic and metamorphic rocks. Acta Mineralogica-Petrographica, Abstract series, 6, s. 448.

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