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A rare mineral of the orthorhombic crystal system which consists of a hydrated tellurate and sulphate of ferric iron, Fe₂(TeO₃)₂(SO₄)·3H₂O, and occurs chiefly as thin, yellow crusts.
1960s. From the name of Frederick H. Pough, U.S. mineralogist, who (with C. Frondel) described the mineral in 1944 ( Amer. Mineralogist 29 211) + -ite.
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