10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TACHYLYTIC»
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The Tertiary igneous rocks of Skye
Basic Dykes : Tachylytic Selvages. In this chapter we shall give some account of
the selvages of black glass which occasionally border the basic dykes of our area
. With the dykes we shall include such intrusive sheets or sills as have come ...
Alfred Harker, Charles Thomas Clough, 1904
The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
Among the fragmental rocks one true tuff was noticed, namely F 1018. It
consisted of broken felspars, almost opaque reddish tachylytic glass, angular and
vesicular masses of fine-grained dolerite, set in a matrix of fine broken felspar-
Environmental biopollution: proceedings of the First ...
Proc. Nat. Conf. Env. Bio. 1981 ( 179-182 ) BACTERIAL ASSOCIATION WITH
RED TACHYLYTIC BASALT A. D. Agate, * B. M. Karmarkar, t R. R: Deshpande °
P. S. Kulkarni, Department of Microbiology, MACS Research lnstitute, Law
S. T. Tilak, Indian Aerobiological Society, 1982
International Symposium, Tunnelling for Water Resources and ...
tachylytic band was absent or it was much above the crown. In this portion, no
supporting was provided for the tunnel roof and the excavation was also
completed speedily. Because of -the roof collapse on the upstream, necessitating
India. Central Board of Irrigation and Power, International Tunnelling Association, 2004
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
by Mountain (1935) and Walker & Poldervaart (1949). The adjacent sediments
have been hardened by baking. The associated dyke, which is 0-3 m thick (Fig.
12), is composed of the same tachylytic matrix as the sill, with calcite and zeolite,
Records of the Geological Survey of India
... tachylytic-looking rocks, with small glassy-looking crystals of a colourless
mineral, which, under the microscope, are seen to be enstatite, lying in a fine-
grained, black matrix, which is probably in part vitreous. This rock corresponds in
Marathwada University Journal of Science
7) Deterioration due to tachylytic basalts :- Thin pockets and lenses of tachylytic
basalts are occurring along flow junctions in cave No. 3. Due to removal of
tachylytic material some portion of the statues have become disfigured.
The Mineralogical Magazine and Journal of the Mineralogical ...
373) are represented among those given herein for the tachylyte, for the micro-
forms of tachylytic glass, and for the micro-forms of hay- silica glass. The
refractive index values are also comparable. The range for the ' microtektites' is
given as ...
Leonard James Spencer, 1967
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria
This is clearly the case in the Gisborne basalt and the iddingsite- augite-
labradorite-basalts ; and it is well shown where rocks of this sort have tachylytic
selvedges (9). Lastly, there is the evidence provided by the occurrence of clots of
Tachylytic selvages are common in the Cowal dykes of this type. Most of the
Tertiary dykes of Ayrshire belong to this group, as, e.g., the rather lengthy one
near Coylton. They are also found in Arran, Bute, the Cumbraes, and Argyllshire.
Geological Society of Glasgow, 1908