Definition of Plagioclases

1. Noun. (plural of plagioclase) ¹



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Definition of Plagioclases

1. plagioclase [n] - See also: plagioclase

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plagioclases

plagiarize
plagiarized
plagiarizer
plagiarizers
plagiarizes
plagiarizing
plagiary
plagihedral
plagio-
plagiocephalic
plagiocephalies
plagiocephalism
plagiocephalous
plagioclase
plagioclases (current term)
plagioclasic
plagioclastic
plagioclimax
plagionite
plagiosere
plagioseres
plagiostomatous
plagiostome
plagiostomes
plagiostomi
plagiostomous
plagiotremata
plagiotropic
plagium

Literary usage of Plagioclases

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1. A Treatise on Metamorphism by Charles Richard Van Hise (1904)
"In such rocks the more siliceous plagioclases are more plentiful than the less ... The plagioclases develop abundantly as autogenic constituents in the ..."

2. Microscopical Physiography of the Rock-making Minerals: An Aid to the by Harry Rosenbusch (1889)
"But it appears that quite broad lamellae in the embedded and rock-making plagioclases are chiefly confined to the more basic series. ..."

3. Descriptive Mineralogy by William Shirley Bayley (1917)
"The plagioclases are light-colored, but pinkish and greenish shades are less ... The most brilliantly colored plagioclases are some forms of labradorite, ..."

4. Minerals in Rock Sections: The Practical Methods of Identifying Minerals in by Lea McIlvaine Luquer (1913)
"The lamellae are generally thinner than in the plagioclases and more " spindle-shaped."* Furthermore the rather obscure triclinic crystallization is shown ..."

5. Minerals in Rock Sections: The Practical Methods of Identifying Minerals in by Lea McIlvaine Luquer (1908)
"The lamellae are generally thinner than in the plagioclases and more " spindle-shaped." * Furthermore the rather obscure triclinic crystallization is shown ..."

6. Determinations of Latitude, Gravity, and the Magnetic Elements at Stations by Erasmus Darwin Preston, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (1894)
"Under the microscope a dense, almost opaque ground mass, crowded full of granules of iron ore and lath-shaped plagioclases. ..."

7. A Treatise on Metamorphism by Charles Richard Van Hise (1904)
"In such rocks the more siliceous plagioclases are more plentiful than the less ... The plagioclases develop abundantly as autogenic constituents in the ..."

8. Microscopical Physiography of the Rock-making Minerals: An Aid to the by Harry Rosenbusch (1889)
"But it appears that quite broad lamellae in the embedded and rock-making plagioclases are chiefly confined to the more basic series. ..."

9. Descriptive Mineralogy by William Shirley Bayley (1917)
"The plagioclases are light-colored, but pinkish and greenish shades are less ... The most brilliantly colored plagioclases are some forms of labradorite, ..."

10. Minerals in Rock Sections: The Practical Methods of Identifying Minerals in by Lea McIlvaine Luquer (1913)
"The lamellae are generally thinner than in the plagioclases and more " spindle-shaped."* Furthermore the rather obscure triclinic crystallization is shown ..."

11. Minerals in Rock Sections: The Practical Methods of Identifying Minerals in by Lea McIlvaine Luquer (1908)
"The lamellae are generally thinner than in the plagioclases and more " spindle-shaped." * Furthermore the rather obscure triclinic crystallization is shown ..."

12. Determinations of Latitude, Gravity, and the Magnetic Elements at Stations by Erasmus Darwin Preston, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (1894)
"Under the microscope a dense, almost opaque ground mass, crowded full of granules of iron ore and lath-shaped plagioclases. ..."

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