Definition of Quartzes

1. Noun. (plural of quartz) ¹



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Definition of Quartzes

1. quartz [n] - See also: quartz

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quartzes

quartz-crystal clock
quartz-diorite
quartz battery
quartz clock
quartz clocks
quartz crystal
quartz glass
quartz halogen lamp
quartz halogen lamps
quartz lamp
quartz mill
quartz mining
quartz oscillator
quartz schist
quartz wedge
quartzes
quartzier
quartziest
quartziferous
quartzine
quartzines
quartzing
quartzite
quartzites
quartzitic
quartzless
quartzlike
quartzofeldspathic
quartzoid
quartzoids

Literary usage of Quartzes

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1. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1890)
"THK Little Falls quartzes to be considered in the present ... These quartzes were taken from an implement-bearing ..."

2. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members (1890)
"THE Little Falls quartzes to be considered in the present ... These quartzes were taken from an implement-bearing ..."

3. Rock Minerals: Their Chemical and Physical Characters and Their by Joseph Paxson Iddings (1911)
"Cross-sections of euhedral quartzes are six-sided; longitudinal sections are rhombic, ... Euhedral quartzes occur mostly as phenocrysts in porphyries, ..."

4. Light: A Course of Experimental Optics, Chiefly with the Lantern by Lewis Wright (1882)
"... Artificial Quartzes—Behaviourof Quartz in Circular • Light—Phenomena of Thin Films when Analysed as well as Polarised Circularly. 152. Fresnel's Rhomb. ..."

5. Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington by Philosophical Society of Washington (1892)
"In the coarsest-grained varieties of the rock the quartzes are still larger. ... Some quartzes still exhibit a rude idio- morphic form. ..."

6. Rock Minerals, Their Chemical and Physical Characters and Their by Joseph Paxson Iddings (1906)
"Cross-sections of euhedral quartzes are six-sided; longitudinal sections are rhombic, ... Euhedral quartzes occur mostly as phenocrysts in porphyries, ..."

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