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Gadolinite is fairly rare and typically occurs as well–formed crystals. Gadolinite was named in 1800 for Johan Gadolin, the Finnish mineralogist-chemist who first isolated an oxide of the rare earth. — “Gadolinite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
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The seventy-three pound group of crystals (of gadolinite), found in March 1903, was the greatest "find" of record in this mineral; but just one Polycrase, or an allied species, was seen implanted upon the gadolinite. Very fair amethysts were found in the west end of the. — “Barringer Hill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org