Definition of Andesine. Meaning of Andesine. Synonyms of Andesine

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Definition of Andesine

Andesine
Andesine An"des*ine, n. (Min.) A kind of triclinic feldspar found in the Andes.

Meaning of Andesine from wikipedia

- Andesine is a silicate mineral, a member of the plagioclase feldspar solid solution series. Its chemical formula is (Ca, Na)(Al, Si)4O8, where Ca/(Ca +...
- 2011). "Tibet Andesine Mines; Part 2". RWH Publishing. Retrieved 9 November 2014. Huges, Richard W. (3 November 2010). "Tibet's Andesine Mines". RWH Publishing...
- crossed polars) Composition Intermediate Major minerals: plagioclase (often andesine) and pyroxene or hornblende Accessory minerals: magnetites, biotite, sphene...
- plagioclase. A variety of labradorite known as spectrolite is found in Finland. Andesine is a characteristic mineral of rocks such as diorite which contain a moderate...
- phaneritic texture. Feldspar is present as plagioclase (typically oligoclase or andesine) with 10% or less alkali feldspar. Quartz is present as more than 20% of...
- albite (0 to 10) NaAlSi3O8, oligoclase (10 to 30) (Na,Ca)(Al,Si)AlSi2O8, andesine (30 to 50) NaAlSi3O8—CaAl2Si2O8, labradorite (50 to 70) (Ca,Na)Al(Al,Si)Si2O8...
- Albite Alunite Amblygonite Ametrine Amethyst Analcime Anatase Andalusite Andesine Anglesite Anhydrite Annabergite Antigorite Aquamarine Apophyllite Apatite...
- alleged that since 2003 the shopping network has sold a gemstone called andesine-labradorite without disclosing its treatment, while promising buyers that...
- phaneritic texture. Feldspar is present as plagioclase (typically oligoclase or andesine) with 10% or less pot****ium feldspar. Quartz is present at between 5 and...
- Anandite Anapaite Anatase Ancylite (mineral group) Andalusite Andersonite Andesine Andorite (IV/VI) Andradite Andyrobertsite Anglesite Anhydrite Ankerite...
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