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In the higher metamorphic grade calc-silicate rocks diopside and forsterite
are present (Armitage 1989).
Large gem-quality forsterite
(peridot) crystals appear to grow from hydrous fluids along tension gashes in igneous dunite bodies.
Cubic zirconia (CZ) best known as a diamond substitute, is now being produced to look like tanzanite, as are other manufactured materials such as laboratory-grown forsterite
, coranite, tanavyte, corundum garnet and spinel.
Typical minerals found in lamproite rocks include forsterite
, leucite, phlogopite, and iron-rich sanidine.
It is a white to reddish-brown coarse-grained rock composed of calcite, dolomite, Ti-clinohumite, forsterite
, diopside, accessory clinochlore, muscovite, fluorapatite and shining flakes of graphite.
(Mg2SiO4) is one of the novel bio-ceramics that is used in tissue engineering, specially in bone tissue.
In addition, greenish-brownish forsterite
occurs together with accessory dolomite, but is mostly serpentinized (Kfibek 1988).