Ilvaite is name after the “Ilva” the Latin name for the island of Elba, Italy. It is black and forms in prismatic columns or large masses of indistinguishable crystals.
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- Chemistry & Crystallography
Countries of Origin
Czechia; Kazakhstan; Iceland; Greece; Austria; Mongolia; Sweden; Morocco; Unknown; China; Russian Federation (the); Brazil; Poland; Slovakia; Bulgaria; Chile; France; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the); Argentina; Romania; United States of America (the); Republic of Kosovo; Japan; Ukraine; Switzerland; Bolivia (Plurinational State of); India; Spain; New Zealand; Canada; Turkey; Norway; Namibia; Italy; Mexico; South Africa; Australia; Germany; Greenland; Tajikistan
Easily soluble in HCL.