• Gyrolite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyrolite Gyrolite, NaCa 16 (Si 23 Al)O 60 (OH) 8 ·14H 2 O, is a rare silicate mineral (basic sodium calcium silicate hydrate: N-C-S-H, in cement chemist notation) belonging to the class of phyllosilicates.Gyrolite is also often associated with zeolites.It is most commonly found as spherical or radial formations in hydrothermally altered basalt and basaltic tuffs. These formations can be glassy, dull ...
  • Gyrolite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-1785.html Siauciunas, R. and Baltakys, K. (2004) Formation of gyrolite during hydrothermal synthesis in the mixtures of CaO and amorphous SiO2 or quartz. Cement and Concrete Research: 34: 2029-2036. Rozycka, A., Kotwica, L., Malolepszy, J. (2014) Synthesis of single phase gyrolite in the CaO-quartz-Na2O-H2O system.
  • GYROLITE (Hydrated Calcium Silicate Hydroxide)

    www.galleries.com/Gyrolite Gyrolite often forms nodular aggregates. These aggregates can appear glassy, dull or even fiberous. Unlike other similar looking minerals (such as prehnite or smithsonite), gyrolite usually forms individual nodules as opposed to botryoidal or crustal growths.The aggregate nodules can often accompany many fine and rare minerals such as apophyllite, okenite and many of the zeolites.
  • Gyrolite Meaning & Use: Boosts Qi Flow, Helps Broken Bones ...

    www.healing-crystals-for-you.com/gyrolite.html Gyrolite is most well known for its action to aid healing of bone breaks and muscle pain, and it is known to have other beneficial healing properties. This mineral is effective to use in meditation, as it will stimulate the third eye, crown and sacral chakras. Gyrolite.
  • Gyrolite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Gyrolite.shtml Gyrolite Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:c = 1:13.66255 : Cell Dimensions: a = 9.72, c = 132.8, Z = 5; V = 10,865.79 Den(Calc)= 2.74 : Crystal System:
  • Gyrolite | Definition of Gyrolite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gyrolite Gyrolite definition is - a mineral Ca2Si3O7(OH)2.H2O consisting of hydrous calcium silicate in white concretions.
  • Gyrolite | Geology Page

    www.geologypage.com/2014/04/gyrolite.html Gyrolite often forms nodular aggregates. These aggregates can appear glassy, dull or even fiberous. Unlike other similar looking minerals (such as prehnite or smithsonite), gyrolite usually forms individual nodules as opposed to botryoidal or crustal growths. The aggregate nodules can often accompany many fine and rare minerals such as ...
  • tModLoader - The Gyrolite Mod | Terraria Community Forums

    forums.terraria.org/index.php Upon first discovering the Gyrolite, mankind was fascinated. They continued, unaware that death awaits them past every corner. Legends tell of a place where the flames burn so bright, it can melt the Gyrolite, allowing mankind to further its progress.
  • Gyrolite mineral information and data - Dakota Matrix Minerals

    www.dakotamatrix.com/mineralpedia/6105/gyrolite Gyrolite is an uncommon mineral that occurs “as replacements of wall ocks and in vugs, amygdules, and veinlets in basalts, in hydrothermally altered rhyolites and sediments, [as well as] in some ore deposits.” Localities for Gyrolite include in Scotland, Ireland, the Faeroe Islands, Greenland, India, Japan, the United States, Canada, and ...
  • Gyrolite – Superb Minerals

    www.superbminerals.us/collections/gyrolite Gyrolite often forms nodular aggregates. These aggregates can appear glassy, dull or even fibrous. Unlike other similar looking minerals (such as prehnite or smithsonite), gyrolite usually forms individual nodules as opposed to botryoidal or crustal growths. The aggregate nodules can often accompany many fine and rare