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n.1.(Min.) Molybdic ocher.
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Li, "Comparative evaluation of the March and generalized spherical harmonic preferred orientation models using X-ray diffraction data for molybdite and calcite powders," Journal of Applied Crystallography, vol.
Although the solubility of Mo[O.sub.3] (molybdite) has been experimentally investigated over a wide range of P-T-X conditions by many workers [1-7], comparatively few studies have examined the solubility of Mo[O.sub.2] (tugarinovite) [8-10].
Sitepu, "Texture and structural refinement using neutron diffraction data from molybdite (MoO3) and calcite (CaCO3) powders and a Ni-rich [Ni.sub.50.7][Ti.sub.49.30] alloy," Powder Diffraction, vol.
Late-stage minerals and alteration products include: heulandite, analcime, aragonite, azurite (rare), bismoclite(?), bismutite, chabazite, chrysocolla, cuprite, goethite, gypsum, huntite, malachite, molybdite, nontronite, stilbite and thulite.
Curtis) Singer [[double dagger], NR] Chlorophyllum agaricoides (Czern.) Vellinga [[double dagger], NR] Chlorophyllum molybdites (G.