Definition of Schistose. Meaning of Schistose. Synonyms of Schistose

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Definition of Schistose

Schistose
Schistose Schis*tose" (?; 277), Schistous Schist*ous, a. [Cf. F. schisteux.] (Geol.) Of or pertaining to schist; having the structure of a schist.

Meaning of Schistose from wikipedia

- represent sediments once containing coal or plant remains; there are also schistose ironstones (hematite-schists), but metamorphic beds of salt or gypsum...
- but kyanite appears also in hornfels, especially in those that have a schistose character. The andalusite may be pink and is then often pleochroic in...
- Sericite also occurs as the fine mica that gives the sheen to phyllite and schistose metamorphic rocks. The name comes from Latin sericus, meaning "silken"...
- The Tyrol Schistose Alps (Tiroler Schieferalpen in German) is the proposed name for a subdivision of mountain ranges in a new, and as yet unadopted, cl****ification...
- plates barely visible), as a major component of chromium rich phyllitic or schistose metamorphic rocks of the greenschist facies. Verdite is a type of metamorphic...
- results from stress produced foliation during crystallization resulting in schistose textures. A rock that has a granoblastic texture can be termed a granofels...
- (includes slate and phyllite; the foliation is called "slaty cleavage"), schistose (includes schist; the foliation is called "schistosity"), gneissose (gneiss;...
- high-grade, m****ive specular hematite ore (66% iron) ****ociated with a schistose rock composed of granular quartz and scaly hematite. The term is now widely...
- quartz. It is typically dark-colored and dense, with a weakly foliated or schistose (flaky) structure. The small flakes of black and white in the rock often...
- rock-forming mineral, but one of secondary origin. It occurs in marble and schistose rocks of metamorphic origin. It is also a product of hydrothermal alteration...
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