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a vitreous mineral consisting of sodium aluminum silicate and sodium chloride in crystalline form

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Moreover, the progressive dissolution of starting material's mineral phases was accompanied by the appearance of sodalite after 6 hours.
At the Princess Quarry (see map), he found the sodalite deposit that furnished the centrepiece of the Rotunda floor.
Wraps also are available in combinations of hematite, crystal beads, and freshwater pearls, and in 13 varieties of semiprecious "healing" stones: amethyst, aventurine, carnelian, citrine, garnet, lapis, malachite, peridot, quartz crystal, rose quartz, sodalite, tigereye, and turquoise.
A beta cage is a sodalite crystal, which has the ultramarine chromophore trapped within.
has introduced a new 25-piece collection of clocks set in semiprecious stones, including amethyst, aventurine, sodalite, citrine, orange calcite, agates and rose quartz, for suggested retail between $65 and $200.
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Singh B, Gilkes RJ (1991) Concentration of iron oxides from soil clays by 5 M NaOH treatment: the complete removal of sodalite and kaolin.
Blue stones such as lapis lazuli, sodalite, turquoise, blue quartz and blue sapphire are appropriate.
In zeolite A, the first extra-framework-cations to become mobile are the four sodium ions located in the eight ring (at five water molecules per unit cell) followed by the remaining eight sodium ions located on the six membered rings of the sodalite cages, which provide smaller contributions to the conductivity.
Previous research results show that the red mud (Bauxsol[TM]) consisted of a mixture of minerals dominated by hematite, with abundant quartz, boehmite, gibbsite, brucite, calcite, sodalite, para-aluminohydrocalcite, hydrotalcite, and whewellite (McConchie and Clark 2000).
You should get a purple stone, such as amethyst and a blue one, like Lapis Lazuli or Sodalite.
Other potentially economic commodities identified on the Ice River property include nepheline syenite and sodalite, a semi-precious gem.