bronzite


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bronzite

(ˈbrɒnzaɪt)
n
(Geological Science) a type of orthopyroxene often having a metallic or pearly sheen
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Olivine is found as relict cores surrounded by serpentine, and bronzite relics in the serpentine may be partially to completely altered to bastite.
High-temperature heat capacities and derived thermodynamic properties of anthophyllite, diopside, dolomite, enstatite, bronzite, talc, tremolite, and wollastonite.
Jemma Kidd Crushed Jewel Creme Duo in Bronzite pounds 16.
The latest creations extend from the shimmering brilliance of Diamond and Pearl, through the contemporary look of Denim and Dove, to the dramatic, deep tones of Bronzite, Onyx and Tobacco.
The new Liberty creations extend from the shimmering brilliance of Diamond and Pearl, through the contemporary look of Denim and Dove, to the dramatic, deep tones of Bronzite, Onyx and Tobacco.
Their best selling Cream Duo is available in two new shades of Black Diamond and Bronzite, pounds 12, a crushed Jewel gel liner is available in Onyx and Azure for pounds 9.
There, the gabbros, mostly norite, occasionally troctolite are generally coarse-grained, equigranular to gently pegmatitic, show a texture from cumulate to holocrystalline and are composed by labradorite, augite and subordinate bronzite, with minor amounts of magnetite, ilmenite, and alteration products.