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- lower valence such as aluminium. Al for Si substitution is common. Nesosilicates (from Gr**** νῆσος nēsos, island), or orthosilicates, have the orthosilicate...
- pale gray, reddish-orange, pale green, pink, or opaque. Topaz is a nesosilicate mineral. It is one of the hardest naturally occurring minerals, and has...
- (from the Gr**** sphenos (σφηνώ), meaning wedge), is a calcium titanium nesosilicate mineral, CaTiSiO5. Trace impurities of iron and aluminium are typically...
- magnesium iron silicate with the formula (Mg2+, Fe2+)2SiO 4. It is a type of nesosilicate or orthosilicate. The primary component of the Earth's upper mantle,...
- Spessartine, sometimes mistakenly referred to as spessartite, is a nesosilicate, manganese aluminium garnet species, Mn2+3Al2(SiO4)3. The mineral spessartine...
- Staurolite is a reddish brown to black, mostly opaque, nesosilicate mineral with a white streak. It crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system, has...
- Andradite is a species of the garnet group. It is a nesosilicate, with formula Ca3Fe2Si3O12. Andradite includes three varieties: Melanite: Black in color...
- categorized as vitreous (gl****-like) or resinous (amber-like). Garnets are nesosilicates having the general formula X3Y2(SiO 4)3. The X site is usually occupied...
- Andalusite is an aluminium nesosilicate mineral with the chemical formula Al2SiO5. This mineral was called andalousite by Delamétehrie, who thought it...
- Pyrophyllite – Aluminium silicate hydroxide phyllosilicate mineral Sillimanite – Nesosilicate mineral Serpentinite – Rock formed by hydration and metamorphic transformation...
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