Thuringite


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Thu`rin´gite


n.1.(Min.) A mineral occurring as an aggregation of minute scales having an olive-green color and pearly luster. It is a hydrous silicate of aluminia and iron.
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Mineralogists of the 19th century were much more successful in the description of new layer hydrosilicates: allophane, amesite, antigorite, aspidolite, batavite, biotite /a series name/, celadonite, chamosite, chrysotile /a series name/, clinochlore, corundophyllite, cronstedtite, delessite, diabantite, ephesite, glauconite /a series name/, halloysite, kaolinite, muscovite, nacrite /a polytype/, nontronite, palygorskite, paragonite, penninite /or pennine/, phengite /a series name/, phlogopite, polylithionite, pyrophyllite, ripidolite, roscoelite, saponite, sauconite, sepiolite, serpentine, siderophyllite, stevensite, tainiolite, thuringite, vermiculite /trioctahedral and dioctahedral, distinguished in the 20th century/, volkonskoite, zinnwaldite /a series name/.