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Definition of Adularia

Adularia
Adularia Ad`u*la"ri*a, n. [From Adula, a mountain peak in Switzerland, where fine specimens are found.] (Min.) A transparent or translucent variety of common feldspar, or orthoclase, which often shows pearly opalescent reflections; -- called by lapidaries moonstone.

Meaning of Adularia from wikipedia

- Drachenfels, Germany. The lower-temperature polymorph of KAlSi3O8 is microcline. Adularia is a low temperature form of either microcline or orthoclase originally...
- Sanidine, the high-temperature form of pot****ium feldspar (K,Na)(Si,Al)4O8 Adularia, a more ordered low-temperature variety of orthoclase or partially disordered...
- stone. The most common moonstone is of the orthoclase feldspar mineral adularia, named for an early mining site near Mt. Adular in Switzerland, now the...
- or blue lusters are produced. This effect is most typically produced by adularia, from which the name derives. Adularescence appears in numerous other gemstones...
- of long prismatic habit in cavities in epidote schist, with asbestos, adularia, calcite, and apatite; the Ala valley and Traversella in Piedmont; Arendal...
- at Dalnegorsk, Russia Chloritized bladed crystals of Axinite forming on Adularia from the Swiss Alps Tinzenite on Calcite, 4.5 × 3.5 × 3 cm. Wessels Mine...
- Crystal of titanite with adularia and minor clinochlore on matrix...
- High-grade (bonanza) gold ore, brecciated quartz-adularia rhyolite. Native gold (Au) occurs in this rock as colloform bands, partially replaces breccia...
- hydrothermal ore deposits and commonly occurs with epidote, sericite, adularia and sulfide minerals. Chlorite is also a common metamorphic mineral, usually...
- and dauphinite, from the well-known French locality. List of minerals Adularia Delustrant "Anatase" (PDF). Handbook of Mineralogy – via geo.arizona.edu...
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