Definition of Sylvinite

1. Noun. (minerology) sylvite ¹



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Definition of Sylvinite

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sylvinite

sylvate
sylvates
sylvatic
sylvia
sylvias
sylvic acid
sylvicoline
sylviculture
sylvicultures
sylviculturist
sylviculturists
sylviine
sylvin
sylvine
sylvines
sylvinite (current term)
sylvinites
sylvins
sylvite
sylvites
sym-
syma
symar
symars
symbal
symbals
symbiogeneses
symbiogenesis
symbiogenetic
symbion

Literary usage of Sylvinite

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1. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1897)
"This layer, of 8 to 16 meters thickness, is accompanied by intercalated lenticular beds of sylvinite from 2 to 30 meters in length and 2 meters thick, ..."

2. Chemical Fertilizers and Parasiticides by Sidney Hoare Collins (1920)
"The richest crude salt is sylvinite, which consists of magnesium and potassium chlorides, but the deposits in Northern Germany yield little ..."

3. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"Kieserite and sylvinite have been quite recently introduced. ... sylvinite is richer in potash than kainite, whereas kieserite contains less than this. ..."

4. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1922)
"Some 30 meters below the kainit bed is a second layer of sylvinite carrying 12 per cent. potassium chloride; and still lower is found another deposit of ..."

5. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1902)
"Kainite prices for Norfolk, Charleston and other Southern ports are 50c. higher, while sylvinite is 2c. per unit higher for Norfolk, Charleston and other ..."

6. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1921)
"Since March, 1921, the concentration plants of the Alsatian potash mines have been manufacturing rich sylvinite of 30 per cent. ..."

7. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1897)
"This layer, of 8 to 16 meters thickness, is accompanied by intercalated lenticular beds of sylvinite from 2 to 30 meters in length and 2 meters thick, ..."

8. Chemical Fertilizers and Parasiticides by Sidney Hoare Collins (1920)
"The richest crude salt is sylvinite, which consists of magnesium and potassium chlorides, but the deposits in Northern Germany yield little ..."

9. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"Kieserite and sylvinite have been quite recently introduced. ... sylvinite is richer in potash than kainite, whereas kieserite contains less than this. ..."

10. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1922)
"Some 30 meters below the kainit bed is a second layer of sylvinite carrying 12 per cent. potassium chloride; and still lower is found another deposit of ..."

11. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1902)
"Kainite prices for Norfolk, Charleston and other Southern ports are 50c. higher, while sylvinite is 2c. per unit higher for Norfolk, Charleston and other ..."

12. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1921)
"Since March, 1921, the concentration plants of the Alsatian potash mines have been manufacturing rich sylvinite of 30 per cent. ..."

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