Definition of Phonolites

1. Noun. (plural of phonolite) ¹



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Definition of Phonolites

1. phonolite [n] - See also: phonolite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phonolites

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Literary usage of Phonolites

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1. Petrology for Students: An Introduction to the Study of Rocks Under the by Alfred Harker (1908)
"TRACHYTES AND phonolites. THE trachytes are lavas which, with a lower percentage of silica than the rhyolites, have as much or more of the alkalies. ..."

2. Igneous Rocks: Composition, Texture and Classification, Description and by Joseph Paxson Iddings (1913)
"Olivine occurs in small amounts in some phonolites and more abundantly in the basanites. Titanite is common in phonolites, as are also magnetite, ..."

3. Stones for Building and Decoration by George Perkins Merrill (1903)
"phonolites differ from trachytes in carrying one or both of the minerals ... Neither trachytes nor phonolites are, so far as now known, common rocks in the ..."

4. Stones for Building and Decoration by George Perkins Merrill (1903)
"phonolites differ from trachytes in carrying one or both of the minerals ... Neither trachytes nor phonolites are, so far as now known, common rocks in the ..."

5. A Treatise on Rocks, Rock-weathering and Soils by George Perkins Merrill (1897)
"This last, as may be readily imagined, is due to the absence of free quartz in the Fourche Mountain rocks. The phonolites of Marienfels, near Assig, ..."

6. The Student's Lyell: A Manual of Elementary Geology by Charles Lyell, John Wesley Judd (1896)
"... atmospheric agencies—Chemical composition of lavas—Acid, intermediate and basic lavas—Rhyolites and Soda- rhyolites—Andesites, Trachytes, phonolites and ..."

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