tremolitic

tremolitic

(ˌtrɛməˈlɪtɪk)
adj
(Minerals) relating to tremolite
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We detected three categories of Po: tremolitic (containing asbestos fibers), non-tremolitic, and partly tremolitic (some families used tremolitic Po; others used a material without fibers).
Based on geological maps and environmental sampling, we identified the following natural sources of asbestos: in the Boghen unit, serpentinite slivers were the host of tremolitic occurrences that, by weathering at the base of the soil horizon, evolve into white aggregates [Supplemental Material, Figure 2 (doi:10.
Vanderbilt, a Connecticut-based firm that mines and produces tremolitic talc, which is used in a host of manufacturing processes, for tires, paint, plastic, ceramics and shingles.
22 metre intersection comprising veins and skarnified tremolitic limestone containing sulfides -- pyrite, chalcopyrite and galena.
Tremolitic schists are partially imbedded within this series and are metabasites by the origin.