• Wollastonite-1A: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-7369.html Named after William Hyde Wollaston (1766-1828), English chemist and mineralogist who discovered palladium (1804) and rhodium (1809) and invented the reflecting goniometer (1809) and the camera lucida (1812).
  • Wollastonite-1A Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Wollastonite-1A.shtml A Bijoux Google Search for Wollastonite-1A Dakota Matrix Minerals Google Search for Wollastonite-1A John Betts Fine Minerals Search for Wollastonite-1A McDougall Minerals Google Search for Wollastonite-1A Rock and Mineral Shows Google Search for Wollastonite-1A Weinrich Minerals, Inc. Google Search for Wollastonite-1A. Ask about Wollastonite-1A ...
  • Wollastonite: The mineral Wollastonite information and ...

    www.minerals.net/mineral/wollastonite.aspx Wollastonite occurs in three different forms, depending on its crystallization.Common Wollastonite is known as Wollastonite 1A, indicating that it is one form of Wollastonite that crystallizes in the triclinic system. The "1A" distinguishes it from two rarer forms of Wollastonite, which are scientifically different minerals since they crystallize differently: Wollastonite 2M and Wollastonite 7A.
  • Wollastonite-1A Mineral Data - webmin.mindat.org

    webmin.mindat.org/data/Wollastonite-1A.shtml PE Wollastonite-1A = 5.15 barns/electron U=PE Wollastonite-1A x rElectron Density= 14.97 barns/cc. Radioactivity: GRapi = 0 (Gamma Ray American Petroleum Institute Units) Wollastonite-1A is Not Radioactive : Wollastonite-1A Classification: Dana Class: Inosilicate Single-Width Unbranched Chains, W=1 : with chains P=3
  • Wollastonite

    www.saint-hilaire.ca/en/wollast.htm Wollastonite is uncommon at MSH. Originally known as wollastonite-1T, it is now referred to as wollastonite-1A. No other polytypes are known at Mont Saint-Hilaire. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Color is usually white to pale gray. Luster is vitreous. Diaphaneity is transparent to translucent. Crystal System is triclinic; 1.

    www.fluomin.org/uk/fiche.php From the White Knob quarry in the San Berardino Mts. CA, remarkable examples of orange or yellow-orange fluorescing wollastonite SW in blocky sections with orange-red fl. calcite SW and also red-fluorescing feldspar (species unidentified) of unusually high brightness.
  • Wollastonite – Occurrence, Properties, and Distribution

    www.azomining.com/article.aspx Wollastonite is named after the English chemist and mineralogist, William Hyde Wollaston. There are a number of monoclinic and triclinic polytypes of Wollastonite, which are as follows: Wollastonite-1A, Wollastonite-2M, Wollastonite-3Å, Wollastonite-4Å, Wollastonite-5Å, and Wollastonite-7Å.
  • Wollastonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wollastonite Wollastonite is a calcium inosilicate mineral (Ca Si O 3) that may contain small amounts of iron, magnesium, and manganese substituting for calcium. It is usually white. It forms when impure limestone or dolomite is subjected to high temperature and pressure, which sometimes occurs in the presence of silica-bearing fluids as in skarns or in contact with metamorphic rocks.
  • Mineralienatlas Lexikon - Wollastonite-1A (english Version)

    www.mineralatlas.eu/lexikon/index.php/MineralData Mineral Data, Mineralienatlas Lexikon, Wollastonite-1A. Klaproth, M.H. - Chemische Untersuchung des Tafelspaths, Beiträge zur chemischen Kenntniss der Mineralkörper, Dritter Band, Rottmann Berlin (1802), 289-291
  • Wollastonita | Cerámica Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    ceramica.fandom.com/wiki/Wollastonita La wollastonita es un mineral del grupo de los silicatos (CaSiO3), contiene además pequeñas cantidades de hierro, magnesio y manganeso en sustitución del calcio. Recibe su nombre en honor al mineralogo inglés Sir W. H. Wollaston (1766 - 1828). En la wollastonita los tetraedros de SiO4 están...