Creedite (Ca3Al2SO4(F,OH)10·2(H2O), is a sulfate and halide mineral that forms as white to purple crystals. It is named after Fluorspar Co. Mine at Creede Quadrangle, Colorado, the place where it was first discovered in 1916.
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Location: Karagandy, Kazakhstan, Asia
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