Definition of needle zeolite. Meaning of needle zeolite. Synonyms of needle zeolite

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Definition of needle zeolite

needle zeolite
Needlestone Nee"dle*stone`, n. (Min.) Natrolite; -- called also needle zeolite.

Meaning of needle zeolite from wikipedia

- reference to the sodium content, and lithos (λίθος), meaning stone. Needle stone or needle-zeolite are other informal names, alluding to the common acicular habit...
- Scolecite is a tectosilicate mineral belonging to the zeolite group; it is a hydrated calcium silicate, CaAl2Si3O10·3H2O. Only minor amounts of sodium...
- Ferberite Fergusonite (mineral group) Feroxyhyte Ferrierite (subgroup of zeolite minerals) Ferrihydrite Ferrimolybdite Ferro-actinolite Ferrogedrite Ferrohortonolite...
- naturally occurring fibrous mineral that belongs to a group of minerals called zeolites. It usually is found in volcanic ash that has been altered by weathering...
- Acicular, in mineralogy, refers to a crystal habit composed of slender, needle-like crystals. Crystals with this habit tend to be fragile. Complete, undamaged...
- [citation needed] In newer designs, cracking takes place using a very active zeolite-based catalyst in a short-contact time vertical or upward-sloped pipe called...
- Dana (20th ed.). Wiley. pp. 428–429. ISBN 0471805807. Breck DW (1984). Zeolite molecular sieves. Malabar, FL: R. E. Krieger Publishing Co. pp. 314–315...
- Dachiardite-K is a rare zeolite-group mineral with the formula K4(Si20Al4O48)•13H2O. It is the pot****ium-analogue of dachiardite-Ca and dachiardite-Na...
- structure. Where the original m**** was decomposed and contained calcite, zeolites, chlorite and other secondary minerals either in veins or in cavities,...
- separate oxygen from air by p****ing the air, under pressure, through a zeolite sieve that selectively adsorbs the nitrogen and lets the oxygen (and argon)...
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