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Definition of the noun chabasite
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- a group of minerals of the zeolite family consisting of a hydrous silicate of calcium and aluminum
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With Illustrations of Their Natural History by James Nicol
The chabasite is the most important of the zeolitic family, characterizing the amygdaloids of the upper porphyritic group, whilst heulandite prevails in the under part. Stilbite, mesotype, and apophylite, along with calcareous spar, are almost ...
by Benjamin Kendall Emerson
CHABASITE. 1818. Chabasie. Deerfield. Considerably abundant crystals up to one-fourth inch occur in veins of greenstone, both in geodes, on balls of zeolite, on chalcedony, and on lamellar quartz. E. Hitchcock : Geol. Deerfield ; Am. Jour.
by Mohsen Manutchehr-Danai
chabasite; another spelling for chabazite. chabazite; a zeolite mineral. Also spelled chabasite. System: hexagonalic. Formula: 6[Ca(Al2Si2O12).6H2O]. Luster: vitreous. Colors: colorless, white, lilac to ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1858)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
In the hexagonal system twin crystals with parallel axes are common, as in ealc- spar, chabasite, hmmatite, and other rhombohedric minerals. In calc-spar they often form very regular crystals, the two individuals uniting by a plane parallel to the ...
Mil - Nav
Otherwise like chabasite. Fii.iitfc Faroe, Glenarm, Skye, and Hartfield Moss in Renfrewshire. 55. Chabasite, Lime-Ch.— Al Si3 + Ca ( Na, K) Si + 6 H. Rhombohedric ...
by Andrew Ure
CHABASITE. This mineral occurs in crystals, ...
A dictionary of chemistry (1863)
by Henry Watts
CHABASITE. A mineral belonging to the zeolite family, and consisting essentially of hydrated silicate of aluminium and calcium, a certain portion of the calcium being however always replaced by potassium or sodium. It crystallises in forms ...
A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention
Chabasite (Lime- ChabasiU) ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1901)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
Chabasite. See Zeolite. Chablis, a town in the French department of Yonne, 12 miles E. of Auxerre. It gives name to an esteemed white Burgundy (q.v. ) wine. Pop. 2363. Chaco, El Gran. See Gran Chaco. Chaconne (Fr.), an obsolete dance, ...
A Dictionary of Chemistry on the Basis of Mr Nicholson's ... with an Introductory Dissertation (1821)
by Andrew Ure
CHABASITE. This mineral occurs in crystals, whose primitive form is nearly a cube, since the angle at the summit is only 933°. It is found in that form, and also with 6 of its edges truncated, and the truncatures united 3 and 3 at the two opposite ...
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