One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A hydrated carbonate and hydroxide of magnesium and aluminium, Mg₆Al₂CO₃(OH)₁₆·4H₂O, that is dimorphous with hydrotalcite, crystallizes in the hexagonal system, and occurs as soft, foliated, whitish masses having a pearly lustre and a greasy feel.
1940s. From the name of E. Manasse, Italian chemist, mineralogist and petrographer + -ite.
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