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WHAT DOES ANALCIME MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Analcime or analcite is a white, grey, or colourless tectosilicate mineral. Analcime consists of hydrated sodium aluminium silicate in cubic crystalline form. Its chemical formula is NaAlSi2O6·H2O. Minor amounts of potassium and calcium substitute for sodium. A silver-bearing synthetic variety also exists. Analcime is usually classified as a zeolite mineral, but structurally and chemically it is more similar to the feldspathoids. Analcime occurs as a primary mineral in analcime basalt and other alkaline igneous rocks. It also occurs as cavity and vesicle fillings associated with prehnite, calcite, and zeolites. Locations include the Cyclopean Islands east off Sicily and near Trentino in northern Italy; Victoria in Australia; Kerguelen Island in the Indian Ocean; in the Lake Superior copper district of Michigan, Bergen Hill, New Jersey, Golden, Colorado, and at Searles Lake, California in the United States; and at Cape Blomidon, Nova Scotia and Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec in Canada; and in Iceland.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANALCIME»
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Silica Precipitation from Analcime Dissolution
Elizabeth Ann Gorrepati. LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1.1: Structure of analcime (a)
viewed along the  axis (b) viewed 6 along the  axis. Figure 1.2: Two-
dimensional representation of silica (a) sol (b) precipitate (c) 7 gel (adapted from
Elizabeth Ann Gorrepati, 2009
Analcime Wairakite Fig. 340. Structures of analcime and wairakite between 0 < z
< 0.25. In isometric analcime the Si,Al is randomly distributed among the
tetrahedral sites, and Na cations (16 to 14) are randomly distributed among the
24 Na ...
William Alexander Deer, Robert Andrew Howie, 2004
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
HYDROTHERMAL. MINERALS. analcime. Table 8. — Electron microprobe
analyses of zeolite minerals from. ZEOLITE MINERALS Zeolite minerals are
sparsely distributed in drill holes on the outer flanks of Newberry volcano; only
Keith E. Bargar, Terry E. C. Keith
Geological Survey Professional Paper
A fairly close association is found between analcime and quartz or chalcedony
zones, which alternate with clinoptilolite-ot- cristobalite zones in the upper 30 m
of the drill core (fig. 2). This silica-zeolite relationship previously has been ...
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1985
Clay Minerals: A Physico-Chemical Explanation of Their ...
The initial low temperature facies will be denoted by the stable coexistence of
analcime-kaolinite-smectite in the Na-Al-Si plane. Amorphous silica or opal-
chalcedony will be present with smectite, feldspar and analcime (Figure 53a).
B. Velde, 2000
Glossary of Geology
Syn: analcite. analcime basanite (a-nal'-cime bas'-a-nite) In the IUGS
classification, a variety of basanite in which analcime is the most abundant
feldspathoid. analcime diorite (a-nal'-cime di'-o-rite) In the IUGS classification, a
variety offoid ...
Julia A. Jackson, James P. Mehl, Klaus K. E. Neuendorf, 2005
Silicates—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 ...
According to news originating from Ogun State, Nigeria, by NewsRx
correspondents, researchers stated “Analcime zeolite was synthesized using a
hydrothermal technique with rice husk ash and metakaolin as sources of silica
and alumina ...
Articles on Aluminium Minerals, Including: Analcime, ...
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Hephaestus Books, 2011
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
Analcime Tephrite Essential minerals: plagioclasc, pyroxene, and analcime, e.g.,
14628, a relative1y coarse-grained pillow lava with elongated and occasionally
radiating pink clinopyroxene (2Vy = 45°, P ~ 1-697, CasxMganFeiM) studded ...
Studies in New England Geology: A Memoir in Honor of C. Wroe ...
I" analcime zone in the northwest and (2) a pumpellyite-epidote-actinolite zone in
the southeast. An intermediate prehnite-pumpellyite zone is possibly present
between these two zones. The intermediate zone has prehnite-pumpellyite ...
Paul C. Lyons, Arthur H. Brownlow, 1976
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ANALCIME»
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Letter from the Archive: AS Byatt
... not bony chalk: chabazite, from the Greek for hailstone; obsidian, which, like analcime and garnet, has the perfect icositetrahedral shape. «New Yorker, Apr 14»
Discovery of primary exhalative hydrothermal dolostone in the …
Alkali feldspar and analcime grains in dolostone are interpreted as ... commonly encases sanidine, which, in turn, is encased by analcime. «Science Codex, Mar 12»
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