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Okenite is a silicite mineral normally associated with zeolites. It was first described in 1828 and found at Disko Island, Greenland and named for German naturalist Lorenz Oken,

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  1. Okenite on Quartz

    Okenite On Quartz - SKU_A_1631


    From: Nasic, India.

    Hardness: 4.5-5 and 7 on the Mohs scale respectively.

    Okenite is a silicate mineral that is usually associated with zeolites. It most commonly is found as small white "cotton ball" formations within basalt geodes. These formations are clusters of straight Learn More

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