TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «IDIOMORPHICALLY»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IDIOMORPHICALLY»
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Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems
In the slender skeletons of Lophelia, there is insufficient space for a large sponge
to develop idiomorphically, and the crowded, stenomorphic boring commonly
remains ichnospecifically anonymous. Two or three large ichnospecies of
André Freiwald, J. Murray Roberts, 2006
Tables for Microscopic Identification of Ore Minerals
Commonly idiomorphically developed, often showing inclosiona (e.g. galenal.
Cleavage in two directiona may he distinct, l' (001l and (110l. Occurs as
inclosiona in skeletal crystals of cohaltite. Forms coatinga around pyrite and
W. Uytenbogaardt, Ernest Alexander Julius Burke, 1985
Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic ...
Preferential development of idiomorphically bounded quartz grains in the
direction of boundaries of differently oriented grains of siderite (some places in
the polished sections from Pribram, cf. Fig. 27). 2. Continuity of idiomorphically
The feldspars project idiomorphically into large fields of quartz, which PRE-
CARBONIFEROUS IGNEOUS ROCKS. 45.
Mineralogical Application on Environments, Archeometry and ...
The third generation of arsenopyrite, connected to the polymetallic deposit
Rujevac, is characterized by small idiomorphically developed crystals within the
quartz matrix. Decomposition processes of arsenopyrite most probably resulted
in the ...
The Nature and Origin of Cordilleran Magmatism
The diorite is a hypidiomorphic granular rock containing idiomorphically zoned
plagioclase (Fig. 2d). Such textures indicate an igneous origin for the diorite (e.g.,
Ashworth and McLellan, 1985). The composition of the diorite veins and layers in
J. Lawford Anderson, 1990
United States Geological Survey professional paper
... more or less idiomorphically developed and containing many gas or fluid
inclusions, together with allotriomorphic quartz. Muscovite occurred as an
accessory mineral. Another occurrence of pegmatite typically developed was
found at Seal ...
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1902
The Pre-cambrian Along the Guld of Suez and the Norther Part ...
In these granites an acidic plagioclase crystallized first more or less
idiomorphically. These plagioclases became the crystallization centre for
orthoclase (rims of orthoclase around plagioclase). Finally the rest of the
orthoclase crystallized as ...
Heinrich Moritz Emil Schuermann, 1966
The chief commercial granites of Massachusetts, New ...
The feldspars project idiomorphically into large fields of quartz, which seem to
have been single grains, but are now somewhat cracked. Most of this quartz is
blue, and this color appears also in the contact zones and even in the second- a
Comprehensive Hard Materials
If on the other hand the reprecipitation is rate controlled, there are always enough
species around the seed with the result that the crystal will grow idiomorphically (
Figure 32). Considering both the dissolving and the reprecipitated solid phases ...