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Mirabilite
also called "Glauber's salt"

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  1. a vitreous, colorless to white monoclinic mineral which forms as an evaporite from sodium sulfate bearing brines

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  2. is a hydrous sodium sulfate mineral: Na2SO4ยท10H2O

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  3. found around saline springs and along saline playa lakes

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  4. unstable and quickly dehydrates in dry air, the prismatic crystals turning into a white powder (Na2SO4)

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  5. Associated minerals include gypsum, halite, thenardite, trona, glauberite, and epsomite

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