Geyserite

Gey'serĀ·ite noun [ From Geyser .] (Min.) A loose hydrated form of silica, a variety of opal, deposited in concretionary cauliflowerlike masses, around some hot springs and geysers.
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geyserite

<chemical> A loose hydrated form of silica, a variety of opal, deposited in concretionary cauliflowerlike masses, around some hot springs and geysers. ... Origin: From Geyser. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Geyserite

• (n.) A loose hydrated form of silica, a variety of opal, deposited in concretionary cauliflowerlike masses, around some hot springs and geysers.
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Geyserite

Geyserite is a loose hydrated form of silica, a variety of opal, deposited in concretionary cauliflower-like masses, around some hot springs and geysers.
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Geyserite

Geyserite is a form of opaline silica that is often found around hot springs and geysers. Botryoidal geyserite is known as fiorite. It is sometimes referred to as sinter. ...
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