Definition of Microlite. Meaning of Microlite. Synonyms of Microlite

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Definition of Microlite

Microlite
Microlite Mi"cro*lite, n. [Micro- + -lite.] (Min.) 1. A rare mineral of resinous luster and high specific gravity. It is a tantalate of calcium, and occurs in octahedral crystals usually very minute. 2. (Min.) A minute inclosed crystal, often observed when minerals or rocks are examined in thin sections under the microscope.

Meaning of Microlite from wikipedia

- Microlite was once[when?] known as a pale-yellow, reddish-brown, or black isometric mineral composed of sodium calcium tantalum oxide with a small amount...
- Microlites are minute crystals in an amorphous matrix. In igneous petrology, the term microlitic is used to describe vitric (gl****y, non-crystalline, amorphous)...
- other battery companies including VARTA, Ningbo Baowang and Microlite S.A. The Microlite acquisition included the rights to the Rayovac name in Brazil...
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- indented surfaces. Internally the pebbles sometimes contain fine bands or microlites and though in reflected light they appear black and opaque, they may be...
- pegmatites. It occurs in ****ociation with tantalite, manganotantalite, microlite, tapiolite, beryl, spodumene, montebrasite, pollucite, petalite, eucryptite...
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- abundance of lechatelierite a general lack of microscopic crystals known as microlites and chemical relation to the local bedrock or local sediments their distribution...
- Meyerhofferite Miargyrite Mica (a group of silicate minerals) Microcline Microlite Millerite Millosevichite Mimetite Minium Minnesotaite Minyulite Mirabilite...
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