Subsilicate
Subsilicate \Sub*sil"i*cate\, n. A basic silicate. [1913 Webster]

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  • subsilicate — n. * * * …   Universalium

  • subsilicate — sub·silicate …   English syllables

  • subsilicate — |səb+ noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary sub + silicate : a basic silicate * * * n …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cerit-(Ce) — bzw. Cerit (La) Bild eventuell bei Commons Chemische Formel (Ce,La,Ca)9(Fe3+,Mg)[(OH)3|SiO3(OH)|(SiO4)6] Mineralklasse Inselsilicate mit tetraederfremden Anionen (Neso Subsilicate) 9.AG.20 (8. Aufl. VIII/B.19 40 bzw. VIII/B.19 540) (nach Strunz)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cerit-(La) — Cerit (Ce) bzw. Cerit (La) Bild eventuell bei Commons Chemische Formel (Ce,La,Ca)9(Fe3+,Mg)[(OH)3|SiO3(OH)|(SiO4)6] Mineralklasse Inselsilicate mit tetraederfremden Anionen (Neso Subsilicate) 9.AG.20 (8. Aufl. VIII/B.19 40 bzw. VIII/B.19 540)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • aloisiite — noun A mineral made up of hydrous subsilicate of calcium, ferrous iron, magnesium, and sodium occurring in amorphous brown to violet masses …   Wiktionary

  • nepheline — noun A feldspathoid mineral of silica poor igneous, plutonic and volcanic rocks. Chemically, Nepheline is a plagioclase feldspar with insufficient silica to satisfy the chemical bonds. Because of the unfilled bonds, Nepheline weathers rapidly and …   Wiktionary

  • leucite — noun A mineral of silica poor igneous, plutonic and volcanic rocks. Chemically, Leucite is a potassium feldspar with insufficient silica to satisfy the chemical bonds. Because of the unfilled bonds, Leucite weathers rapidly and can only be seen… …   Wiktionary

  • aloisiite — ˌaləˈwiˌshīt, wis(h)ēˌīt noun ( s) Etymology: Prince Luigi (Aloisius) Amedeo died 1933 duke of the Abruzzi + English ite : a mineral consisting of hydrous subsilicate of calcium, ferrous iron, magnesium, and sodium occurring in amorphous brown to …   Useful english dictionary

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