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Literary usage of Peridotic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lithological Studies: A Description and Classification of the Rocks of the by Marshman Edward Wadsworth (1884)
"Although as yet it does not seem to be proved that peridotic volcanoes have existed, and peridotic ash may not have been formed, we should look for all the ..."
2. The Data of Geochemistry by Frank Wigglesworth Clarke (1908)
"That is, the ores are associated with chromite and other products of the decomposition of peridotic rocks, from which they were undoubtedly derived. ..."
3. Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science (1868)
"PARIS, JUNE 29™, 1868. Phosphate of Lime.—Action of ether in contact with iodide of potassium.— Origin of peridotic product». ..."
4. The Geology of the Small Isles of Inverness-shire: (Rum, Canna, Eigg, Muck by Alfred Harker, George Barrow (1908)
"... but that all the sheets were intruded in order as now seen, the uppermost first and the others in due succession, more peridotic and more ..."
5. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"... to doubt the validity of his first conclusions, and, be it also remarked, those of other observers, by finding so many published instances of peridotic ..."
6. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1886)
"... in Iceland, for example, lavas analogous to the meteorites of Juvinas, that beneath our peridotic rocks which the meteorite of Chassigny ..."