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 Kaliborite   


A monoclinic mineral, KHMg2 B12 O16 (OH)10 .4H 2 O ; formerly called heintzite, hintzeite, paternoite. 
 Kalinite   


A possibly monoclinic mineral, KAl(SO4 )2 .11H2 O . Syn: potash alum  
 Kamarezite    A grass-green, hydrated, basic copper hydrate and sulfate, Cu3 (OH) 4 SO2 .6H2 O . Syn: brochantite

 
 Kimberlite    A highly serpentinized porphyritic peridotite, commonly brecciated, which occurs in vertical pipes, dikes, and sills. It is the principal original environment of diamond, but only a small percentage of the known kimberlite occurrences are diamondiferous.
 
 Kyanophyllite    A mixture of paragonite plus muscovite.
 
 Kammerling Furnace    A modification of the Belgian zinc smelting furnace wherein there are two combustion chambers separated by a central longitudinal wall. In principle, the furnace is similar to the Hauzeur, a compound furnace.

 
 Karpatite    A monoclinic mineral (coronene), C24 H12 . Also spelled carpathite. Syn: pendletonite

 
 Kernite    A monoclinic mineral, 4[Na2 (H2 O)3 B4 O (sub 6) (OH)2 ] ; soft, colorless to white; in the Mojave Desert and Kern County, CA; a major source of borax and boron compounds in the United States.
 
 Karnasurtite    A possibly hexagonal mineral, (Ce,La,Th)(Ti,Nb)(Al,Fe)(Si,P)2 O 7 (OH)4 .3H2 O(?) ; metamict; at Mt.
 
 Karpinskite    A possibly monoclinic mineral, (Mg,Ni)2 Si2 O5 (OH) 2 (?) ; greenish blue; with talc in serpentinite from the Ural Mountains, Russia.
 
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