Levyne

Lev'yne (lĕv'ĭn), Lev'yn*ite (- ĭn*īt) noun [ From Mr. Levy , an English mineralogist.] (Min.) A whitish, reddish, or yellowish, transparent or translucent mineral, allied to chabazite.
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Levyne

• (n.) Alt. of Levynite
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levyne

mineral in the zeolite family, similar in composition and structure to chabazite (q.v.).[1 related articles]
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Levyne

Levyne, named after the English mineralogist Levy, is a whitish, reddish, or yellowish, transparent or translucent mineral, allied to chabazite.
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Levyne

Levyne or levynite is a zeolite mineral, i.e. a hydrated silicate mineral. There are two forms of levyne: Levyne crystallizes in the Trigonal - Hexagonal Scalenohedral class. It typically occurs as radiating clusters or fibrous masses that are transparent to translucent in colors ranging from white through reddish and yellowish white to gray. It h
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