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Also called Atomsite, this is an olive-green glassy mineral composed of nearly pure silica, with traces of olivine and feldspar, formed when the first atomic bomb exploded, in the desert of New Mexico. So called because of the code name for the project: Trinity. Found only at Trinity Site, it is still mildly radioactive, and not recommended to collect.

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