Daybreak Autunite Fragments Shipped in a Glass Vial 6.8-grams (Stabilized)
Common Name: autunite
Mineral: calcium uranyl phosphate, also called calco-uranite
Locality: Daybreak Mine, Mount Kit Carson, Spokane Co., Washington, USA
This was originally a single 10-gram specimen but it fell apart during shipping. The smallest pieces that fell off are what make up this single 6.8-gram aliquot.
A small UV light source is included with your order.
This aliquot was stabilized with Paraloid B-72, a commonly used conservation material in the field of mineral preservation, providing excellent protective qualities for stabilization and long-term conservation. The stabilization process results in a specimen that won’t fall apart any more than it already has.
The buyer must assume responsibility for this item and use it according to its intended purpose. Keep this away from children and store it at least three feet from anywhere anyone spends a lot of time.
This listing meets the requirements of NRC 10 CFR 40.22
It also meets U.S.P.S domestic shipping requirements for exempt limited quantities of class 7 materials according to –347.22 “are eligible under 49 CFR to be shipped as excepted packages for limited quantities” and –Exhibit 347.22 Activity Limits– and also –173.435– Table of A1 and A2 values
This item will conform to the USPS shipping restrictions when shipped.
Geiger counter not included.
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