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Definition of Humite

Humite
Humite Hum"ite, n. [Named after Sir A. Hume.] (Min.) A mineral of a transparent vitreous brown color, found in the ejected masses of Vesuvius. It is a silicate of iron and magnesia, containing fluorine.

Meaning of Humite from wikipedia

- Humite is a mineral found in the volcanically ejected m****es of Vesuvius. It was first described in 1813 and named for Abraham Hume (1749–1838). Earth...
- Fe2Al9(SiO4)4(O,OH)2 Humite group – (Mg,Fe)7(SiO4)3(F,OH)2 Norbergite – Mg3(SiO4)(F,OH)2 Chondrodite – Mg5(SiO4)2(F,OH)2 Humite – Mg7(SiO4)3(F,OH)2 Clinohumite...
- Clinohumite is an uncommon member of the humite group, a magnesium silicate according to the chemical formula (Mg, Fe)9(SiO4)4(F,OH)2. The formula can...
- of limestone and is typically ****ociated with calcite, pyrite, diopside, humite, forsterite, hauyne and muscovite. Other blue minerals, such as the carbonate...
- The humite group is a group of nesosilicates with the general formula A n(SiO 4) m(F,OH) 2. When A is predominantly magnesium we have the humite subgroup:...
- Hemimorphite Herderite Hexagonite Hibonite Hiddenite Hodgkinsonite Howlite Humite Iolite Jade Jadeite Chloromelanite Nephrite Jasper Jeremejevite Kainite...
- fairly rare mineral, it is the most frequently encountered member of the humite group of minerals. It is formed in hydrothermal deposits from locally metamorphosed...
- F) 2, Ribbeite Mn 5(SiO 4) 2(OH) 2, Kumtyubeite Ca 5(SiO 4) 2F 2 Humite series Humite (Mg,Fe2+) 7(SiO 4) 3(F,OH) 2, Leucophoenicite (Mn,Ca,Mg,Zn)(SiO 4)...
- (series of amphiboles) Howlite Hsianghualite Hubeite Hübnerite Huemulite Humite Huntite Hureaulite Hutchinsonite Huttonite Hydroboracite Hydrogrossular...
- Otjozondjupa region. Jerrygibbsite is member of the leucophoenite family of the humite group. It is always found with these two minerals. It is a dimorph of sonolite...
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