Definition of Azurite. Meaning of Azurite. Synonyms of Azurite

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Definition of Azurite

Azurite
Azurite Az"u*rite, n. (Min.) Blue carbonate of copper; blue malachite.

Meaning of Azurite from wikipedia

- Azurite is a soft, deep-blue copper mineral produced by weathering of copper ore deposits. During the early 19th century, it was also known as chessylite...
- The Azurite FDPSO is the world's first floating, drilling, production, storage and offloading (FDPSO) vessel. The Azurite FDPSO was built at the shipyard...
- slender to acicular prisms. Pseudomorphs after more tabular or blocky azurite crystals also occur. The stone's name derives (via Latin: molochītis, Middle...
- the mineral azurite. It too has been used as pigment, sometimes under the name mountain blue or blue verditer. Both malachite and azurite can be found...
- pigments were originally made from minerals such as lapis lazuli, cobalt and azurite, and blue dyes were made from plants; usually woad in Europe, and Indigofera...
- Azurite Peak is an 8,400-foot (2,600-metre) double-summit mountain located at the common boundary point of Okanogan County, Skagit County, and Whatcom...
- Azurite Lake is a freshwater lake located in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, between Otter Lake and Angeline Lake in King County, Washington. A short distance...
- forsterite, hauyne and muscovite. Other blue minerals, such as the carbonate azurite and the phosphate lazulite, may be confused with lazurite, but are easily...
- the mineral azurite, both in its natural form and as a pigment in various paint formulations. In order to preserve its deep color, azurite was ground co****ly...
- heterogeneous mixture of several secondary copper minerals, including malachite, azurite, turquoise, pseudomalachite, and chrysocolla. Eilat stone is the national...