Zoisite

Zois'ite noun [ After its discoverer, Von Zois , an Austrian mineralogist.] (Min.) A grayish or whitish mineral occurring in orthorhombic, prismatic crystals, also in columnar masses. It is a silicate of alumina and lime, and is allied to epidote.
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zoisite

<chemical> A grayish or whitish mineral occurring in orthorhombic, prismatic crystals, also in columnar masses. It is a silicate of alumina and lime, and is allied to epidote. ... Origin: After its discoverer, Von Zois, an Austrian mineralogist. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Zoisite

• (n.) A grayish or whitish mineral occurring in orthorhombic, prismatic crystals, also in columnar masses. It is a silicate of alumina and lime, and is allied to epidote.
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zoisite

silicate mineral, calcium and aluminum silicate, Ca2Al3(SiO4)3OH, characteristic of regional metamorphism and of hydrothermal alteration of igneous ...
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Zoisite

Zoisite, named after its discoverer its discoverer, Von Zois, an Austrian mineralogist, is a greyish or whitish mineral allied to epidote, occurring in orthorhombic, prismatic crystals, also in columnar masses and formed in high temperature metamorphic rocks. It is a silicate of alumina and lime has the formulae Ca2Al3 (Si3O12)(OH) and a relative h
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Zoisite

Zoisite, first known as saualpite, after its type locality, is a calcium aluminium hydroxy sorosilicate belonging to the epidote group of minerals. Its chemical formula is Ca2Al3(SiO4)(Si2O7)O(OH). Zoisite occurs as prismatic, orthorhombic (2/m 2/m 2/m) crystals or in massive form, being found in metamorphic and pegmatitic rock. Zoisite may be blu
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