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A corrensite-like mineral, from near Borgotaro, Parma (Taro Valley, Italy), was studied by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and thermal analysis at different temperatures and water vapor pressures in the natural state and after exchange with ten different cations. In the natural state the mineral is characterized by a basal reflection at ~29 fi shifting to ~24 ~ on heating and to ~32 fit by glycerol treatment. The dehydration features of the homoionic minerals show that the stability of thedoi:10.1346/ccmn.1985.0330207 fatcat:aj2jpka2f5c4zoep4u5bfk67wu