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An orthorhombic hydrated silicate of sodium, calcium, niobium, and titanium, (Na,Ca)(Nb,Ti)Si₂O₇·2H₂O, which occurs as pale yellow crystals.
1950s; earliest use found in Mineralogical Abstracts. From Russian nenadkevičit from the name of Konstantin Avtonomovič Nenadkevič, Russian mineralogist and geochemist + -it.
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