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a green mineral of the amphibole group

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The second one shows the greenschist facies, represented by chlorite + actinolite + epidotes + quartz (Figure 3d).
Le calcul du point d'equilibre P-T (pression et temperature) faisant intervenir le diopside, la chlorite, l'epidote, la prehnite et la pumpellyite produit des valeurs de P-T qui correspondent a un etat de roches tres faiblement metamorphosees, tandis que les valeurs P-T ont ete etablies par l'analyse de la teneur en actinolite, chlorite, prehnite et pumpellyite.
Gangue minerais consist of quartz, sericite, chlorite, actinolite, tremolite, hornblende and calcite (Minfile 103P 023).
Health Canada categorizes the different types of asbestos under two broad mineralogical groups: serpentine (chrysotile) and amphibole (tremolite, actinolite, amosite, anthophyllite, crocidolite, etc).
Taking local classes in oil painting, he won a scholarship to attend the Schneider School of Fine Arts in Actinolite for a summer, taking art lessons from many talented artists and giving lessons himself to other students of the school.
2) The different types include chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, anthophyllite and actinolite.
Crocidolite is a hydrated silicate of sodium and iron, amosite is a monoclinic silicate of iron and magnesium, anthophyllite is a magnesium iron silicate of low aluminium content, tremolite is a hydrated calcium magnesium silicate, and actinolite is a monoclinic calcium magnesium iron member of the amphibole group.
Dark green amphbolite gneiss, comprised of equal parts plagioclase and actinolite, is commonly intercalated with the quartz-feldspar gneiss.
tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocodilite) collected from various projects and
These rocks in petrology studies have nemato-plastic texture and have been transformed into Tremolite, Actinolite and Albite schist.
More DPF cases than asbestosis cases were found to contain noncommercial amphibole fibers (tremolite, actinolite, and anthophyllite), although the asbestosis cases that harbored noncommercial amphiboles did so in higher concentrations.
bands of garnet, epidote, wollastonite, actinolite with pyrite and pyrrhotite.
The Egyptian green beryl almost always has a pale colour and a cloudy translucency (due to abundant fluid inclusions), and it also commonly contains minute mineral inclusions (usually phlogopite or actinolite, or their weathered clay-mineral equivalents).
One rather striking entry is the marble church at Actinolite.
This lithology is a fine-grained metabasalt composed of interlocking, randomly oriented actinolite crystals, and has very high values of fracture toughness (median 105-130 MPa.