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Geology glossary

Updated: 1. Mär. 2024 00:05 GMT -

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zeolite

Minerals
Zeolithe sind Alumino-Silikat Mineralien wo sind in der Regel Wassermoleküle den Kristall Cructure integriert. Zeolithe bilden häufig als sekundäre Minerale in vulkanischen Felsen.
Zeolites (Greek, zein, "to boil"; lithos, "a stone") are hydrated aluminosilicate minerals and have a micro-porous structure.

The term was originally coined in the 18th century by a Swedish mineralogist named Axel Fredrik Cronstedt who observed, upon rapidly heating a natural mineral, that the stones began to dance about as the water evaporated. Using the Greek words which mean "stone that boil... Ganzer Eintrag

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