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Definition of Marcasitical

Marcasitical
Marcasitic Mar`ca*sit"ic, Marcasitical Mar`ca*sit"ic*al, a. Containing, or having the nature of, marcasite.

Meaning of Marcasitical from wikipedia

- The mineral marcasite, sometimes called “white iron pyrite”, is iron sulfide (FeS2) with orthorhombic crystal structure. It is physically and crystallographically...
- Marcasite jewelry is jewelry made using cut and polished pieces of pyrite (fool's gold) as gemstone, and not, as the name suggests, from marcasite (sometimes...
- solar cells made entirely of pyrite. Pyrite is used to make marcasite jewelry. Marcasite jewelry, made from small faceted pieces of pyrite, often set...
- start fires. Before the advent of steel, a variety of iron pyrite or marcasite was used with flint and other stones to produce a high-temperature spark...
- the vessel served in the United States Navy as the patrol yacht USS Marcasite (PY-28). She was subsequently sold into commercial service, being renamed...
- the endmember of pyrrhotite Mackinawite, Fe1+xS (where x = 0 to 0.1) Marcasite, orthorhombic FeS2 Pyrite, cubic FeS2 (fool's gold) Iron(III) sulfide...
- Howlite Jade Jasper Kyanite Labradorite Lapis lazuli Larimar Malachite Marcasite Moonstone Obsidian Onyx Opal Peridot P****lite Quartz Ruby Sapphire Sodalite...
- (aerobic oxidation) of Fe-bearing primary minerals (mainly pyrite and marcasite). Iron(II) sulfate Ammonium iron(II) sulfate Ammonium iron(III) sulfate...
- fossils can be replaced by other minerals (e.g., calcite, siderite, pyrite, marcasite...) during diagenesis. Porosity usually decreases during diagenesis, except...
- mercury deposits and is ****ociated with native mercury, wurtzite, stibnite, marcasite, realgar, calcite, barite, chalcedony and hydrocarbons. It was first described...
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