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Literary usage of Nephelinic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1897)
"... HS0 Total M.15 tr. .41 18.25 3.62 2.09 4.89 2.56 6.56 4.43 3.69 — 100.65 Density — 2.632 The basalts include feldspathic, nephelinic and magma basalts, ..."
2. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1899)
"... basalts and the nephelinic. Aside from those four groups it is found that the alkalies and the alkaline earths are antagonistic, and the differences of ..."
3. A Summary of Progress in Petrography. in 1887-1896 by William Shirley Bayley, William Herbert Hobbs (1893)
"They include a nephelinic or ... and a non-nephelinic group. In the dyke and sill division of this series are included the diabases. ..."
4. The Roman Comagmatic Region by Henry Stephens Washington (1906)
"... for the most part highly alkalic, but here also the soda dominates the potash, giving rise to many highly nephelinic and orthoclase-poor types of rock. ..."
5. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Western Coalfield: With Maps and Sections by Joseph Edmund Carne (1908)
"... with dyke- extending from it for a short distance. Filling, basalt and tuffs. Area about forty-five acres.  Olivine-Basalt (nephelinic). ..."