Gismondine
Gismondine Gis*mon"dine, Gismondite Gis*mon"dite, n. [From the name of the discoverer, Gismondi.] (Min.) A native hydrated silicate of alumina, lime, and potash, first noticed near Rome. [1913 Webster]

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  • Gismondine — is a mineral with the chemical formula CaAl2Si2O8·4(H2O). It is a zeolite or hydrated alumino silicate. It forms colorless, bipyramidal crystals of orthorhombic symmetry.Gismondine was named for Italian mineralogist Carlo Giuseppe Gismondi (1762… …   Wikipedia

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  • gismondine — noun A zeolite mineral with the chemical formula CaAlSiO·(HO) …   Wiktionary

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  • Gismondite — Gismondine Gis*mon dine, Gismondite Gis*mon dite, n. [From the name of the discoverer, Gismondi.] (Min.) A native hydrated silicate of alumina, lime, and potash, first noticed near Rome. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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