Definition of Pegmatitic. Meaning of Pegmatitic. Synonyms of Pegmatitic

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Definition of Pegmatitic

Pegmatitic
Pegmatitic Peg`ma*tit"ic, a. (Min.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, pegmatite; as, the pegmatic structure of certain rocks resembling graphic granite.

Meaning of Pegmatitic from wikipedia

- microcline, beryl, and tourmaline. Similarly, crystal texture and form within pegmatitic rock may be taken to extreme size and perfection. Feldspar within a pegmatite...
- textures; phaneritic, aphanitic, porphyritic, gl****y, pyroclastic and pegmatitic. Aphanitic (a = not, phaner = visible) rocks, in contrast to phaneritic...
- Rock texture Name of felsic rock Pegmatitic Granite pegmatite Co****-grained (phaneritic) Granite Co****-grained and porphyritic Porphyritic granite Fine-grained...
- Rock texture Name of mafic rock Pegmatitic Gabbro pegmatite Co**** grained (phaneritic) Gabbro Co**** grained and porphyritic Porphyritic gabbro Medium...
- extending across the surface of the stone. Chrysoberyl forms as a result of pegmatitic processes. Melting in the Earth's crust produces relatively low-density...
- trisodium hydrogendicarbonate dihydrate, are also known from ultra-alkaline pegmatitic rocks, that occur for example in the Kola Peninsula in Russia. Extraterrestrially...
- Magnus von Bromell (1670–1731), is a white oxide mineral, found in complex pegmatitic manganese-iron deposits, but is more frequently made synthetically. This...
- descriptiveness is desired. Gabbro may be extremely co**** grained to pegmatitic, and some pyroxene-plagioclase ****ulates are essentially co**** grained...
- 2/m 2/m) crystals or in m****ive form, being found in metamorphic and pegmatitic rock. Zoisite may be blue to violet, green, brown, pink, yellow, gray...
- occurs freely in nature, but only in (usually ionic) compounds, such as pegmatitic minerals, which were once the main source of lithium. Due to its solubility...
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