A List of Carbonate-Bearing Minerals
Table IV: Carbonate-Bearing Minerals with Multiple Other Anions

L. Bruce Railsback, Department of Geology, University of Georgia
with the kind help of Dr. Joseph A. Mandarino of the Royal Ontario Museum

These tables are intended to list of all known carbonate-bearing minerals for which names have been approved by the International Mineralogical Association's Commission on New Minerals and New Mineral Names. Table IV lists the carbonate bearing minerals that contain two or more other anions, such as halides, sulfate, borate, arsenate, arsenite, phosphate, or silicate . If you spot an error or a missing mineral, or if you have some other comment or query, please contact Bruce Railsback.

Other options:
Introduction to these tables.
Table I: The pure carbonate minerals.
Table II: The carbonate-bearing minerals with chloride, sulfate, or fluoride.
Table III: The carbonate-bearing minerals with phosphate, borate, arsenate, or silicate.
Table V: Recently recognized carbonate-bearing minerals.

Under each of the following headings, minerals are listed in order of increasing charge on the most highly charged cation.

Carbonate-Bearing Minerals with Other Anions
Mineral Name Chemical Formula Notes (1) ref (2) No. (3)
Hanksite Na22K(SO4)9(CO3)2Cl x x 12.1.1
Carletonite KNa4Ca4Si8O18(CO3)4(OH,F).H2O x x 12.2.1
Carbonate-fluorapatite Ca5(PO4,CO3)3F x x 12.3.1
Fukalite Ca4Si2O6CO3(OH,F)2 x x 12.3.2
Thaumasite Ca3SiCO3SO4(OH)6.12H2O x x 12.3.3
Tatarskite Ca6Mg2(SO4)2(CO3)2Cl4(OH)4.7H2O x x 12.4.1
Sakhaite Ca12Mg4(CO3)4(BO3)7Cl(OH)2 x x 12.4.2
Philolithite [96-020] Pb12Mn(Mn,Mg)4(Mg,Mn)2SO4(CO3)4O6Cl4(OH)12 x x 12.5.1
Ashburtonite HPb4Cu4Si4O12(HCO3)4(OH)4Cl x x 12.6.1
Wherryite Pb4Cu(SO4)2CO3(Cl,OH)2O x x 12.6.2
Gartrellite Pb(Cu,Fe)2(AsO4,SO4)2(CO3,H2O)0.7 x x 12.6.3
Reederite-(Y) (Na,Mn,Fe)15(Y,REE)2(CO3)9(SO3F)Cl 1995 AM80:1059 12.7.1
Mineevite-(Y) Na25Ba(Y,Gd,Dy)2(CO3)11(HCO3)4(SO4)2F2Cl x x 12.7.2
Daqingshanite-(Ce) (Sr,Ca,Ba)3(Ce,La)PO4(CO3)3-x(OH,F)x x error in HMI 12.7.3
Abenakiite Na26(REE)6(SiO3)6(PO4)6(CO3)6(SO2)O 1995 AM80:1073 12.7.4
Davyne (Na,Ca,K)8Al6Si6O24(Cl,SO4,CO3)2-3 x x 12.8.1
Vishnevite (Na,Ca,K)6(Si,Al)12O24(SO4,CO3,Cl2)2-4.nH2O x x 12.8.2
Liottite (Ca,Na)4(Si,Al)6O12(SO4,CO3,OH,Cl)2.nH2O x x 12.8.3
Latiumite K2Ca6(Si,Al)11O25(SO4,CO3) x x 12.8.4
Tuscanite K(Ca,Na)6(Si,Al)10O22[SO4,CO3,(OH)2].H2O x x 12.8.5
Microsommite (Na,Ca,K)7-8(Si,Al)12O24(Cl,SO4,CO3)2-3 x x 12.8.6
Afghanite (Na,Ca,K)8(Si,Al)12O24(SO4,Cl,CO3)3.H2O x x 12.8.7
Franzinite (Na,Ca)7(Si,Al)12O24(SO4,CO3,OH,Cl)3.H2O x x 12.8.8
Sacrofanite (Na,Ca,K)9(Si,Al)12O24[(OH)2,SO4,CO3,Cl2]3.nH2O x x 12.8.9
Harkerite Ca24Mg8Al2Si8(O,OH)32(BO3)8(CO3)8(H2O,Cl) x x 12.8.10
Camerolaite Cu4Al2[HSbO4,SO4](OH)10CO3.2H2O MA x 12.8.11
Kegelite Pb8Al4Si8(SO4)2(CO3)4(OH)8O20 x x 12.8.12
Silvialite Ca4Al6Si6O24(SO4)0.6(CO3)0.4 1999 MM63:321;
AM85:264
12.8.13
Schrockingerite NaCa3(UO2)(CO3)3(SO4)F.10H2O x x 12.11.1

Footnotes:

1 Notes for Railsback's use. "MA" Indicates a carbonate-bearing mineral with multiple other anions and thus one listed in the last section of the table.

2 For minerals that post-date Clark's (1993) Hey's Mineral Index, volume and page on which they are reported in American Mineralogist (or other publication as noted).

3 Column number.row number.mineral number in Figure 1 of Railsback's 1999 paper on "Patterns in the compositions, properties, and geochemistry of carbonate minerals" (Carbonates and Evaporites, v. 14, p. 1-20).


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