Definition of Syenitic. Meaning of Syenitic. Synonyms of Syenitic

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Definition of Syenitic

Syenitic
Syenitic Sy`e*nit"ic, a. [Written also sienitic.] 1. Relating to Syene; as, Syenitic inscriptions. 2. Relating to, or like, syenite; as, syenitic granite.

Meaning of Syenitic from wikipedia

- In the Tombstone Mountains of Yukon, Canada, the mineral is found in a syenitic glacial erratic boulder. In the Alban Hills of Italy it is found in volcanic...
- peninsula which hosts its largest outcrop, is predominantly Palaeoproterozoic syenitic gneiss. It lies unconformably beneath the Colonsay Group. At the time this...
- Hill Syenite ("Red Hill Syenitic Complex", "Red Hill Alkaline Igneous Complex", "Red Hill Intrusion", or "Red Hill Layered syenitic complex") is a layered...
- extends in two small bands southward in the western part of the city. Syenitic gneiss accounts for about 40% covering the southern, western and north-eastern...
- suggesting a hybrid origin involving ****imilation of gabbro by high-temperature syenitic magma. Igneous rocks with shoshonitic chemical characteristics must be:...
- the Beaufort Sea. The divide is part of an igneous belt of granitic and syenitic rock, known as the Cretaceous Tombstone Suite, that stretches from Fairbanks...
- anarakite. Herbertsmithite is ****ociated with copper mineralizations in syenitic porphyries and granites in Chile and in Tri****ic dolomite formations in...
- it was concluded that the Arkenu structures are stocks of porphyritic syenitic that have intruded the Nubia Formation to form rather simple and eroded...
- monoclinic system and occurs as an essential constituent in granitic and syenitic rocks and as an accessory in many other rock types. orthogeosyncline A...
- mid-Cretaceous. The ore is a result of hydrothermal alteration of the nepheline-syenitic rocks; it has also been weathered out and concentrated in paleoplacer deposits...