Definition of Calcspars

1. calcspar [n] - See also: calcspar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Calcspars

calcium tungstate
calciums
calciuria
calcivirus
calcivorous
calcjarlite
calcodynia
calcographer
calcographers
calcography
calcophorous
calcospherite
calcrete
calcretes
calcspar
calcspars (current term)
calctufa
calctufas
calctuff
calctuffs
calculabilities
calculability
calculable
calculableness
calculably
calcular
calculary
calculate
calculated
calculated mean organism

Literary usage of Calcspars

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1. The Principles of Chemistry by Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev, George Kamensky (1902)
"In many minerals magnesia and the oxides allied to it are replaced by manganous oxide; calcspars and ..."

2. Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland by Royal Geological Society of Ireland (1886)
"It may, therefore, be concluded that from this character alone the crystals in question are calcspars. ..."

3. A Text-book of Important Minerals and Rocks by Samuel Escue Tillman (1900)
"Some of the most important varieties are mentioned below. Limestone.—This term is sometimes, and not improperly, applied to all calcspars, ..."

4. The Mining Engineer (1897)
"... blende, masses of cubical galena (the cubes measure sometimes 2 inches across), and discoloured calcspars : the crystals of some of the dogtooth calcite ..."

5. Journal (1886)
"... therefore, be concluded that from this character alone the crystals in question are calcspars. The further examination of the crystalline forms, ..."

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