andalusite


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an·da·lu·site

 (ăn′də-lo͞o′sīt′)
n.
A hard, grayish white to pinkish brown mineral (Al2SiO5), occurring as nearly square prisms, often with cruciform cross sections, in metamorphic rock.

[After Andalusia.]

andalusite

(ˌændəˈluːsaɪt)
n
(Minerals) a grey, pink, or brown hard mineral consisting of aluminium silicate in orthorhombic crystalline form. It occurs in metamorphic rocks and is used as a refractory and as a gemstone. Formula: Al2SiO5

an•da•lu•site

(ˌæn dlˈu saɪt)

n.
an orthorhombic form of aluminum silicate, Al2SiO5, found in schistose rocks.
[1830–40; after Andalusia, where it was first found; see -ite1]
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andalousite
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