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Bukovskyite
also called "clay of Kutná Hora"

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  1. an iron arsenate sulfate mineral with formula: Fe2(AsO4)(SO4)(OH)·7(H2O) which forms nodules with a reniform surface

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  2. Under a microscope, these nodules appear as a collection of minute needles similar to gypsum

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  3. Some can be seen with the naked eye and occur inside the nodules

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  4. first described from pit heaps from the Middle Ages, where sulfate ores had been mined at Kank, north of Kutná Hora in Bohemia, Czech Republic, and other old deposits in the vicinity

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  5. Webmineral

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