bronzite


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bronzite

[′brän‚zīt]
(mineralogy)
(Mg,Fe)(SiO3) An orthopyroxene mineral that forms metallic green orthorhombic crystals; a form of the enstatite-hypersthene series.
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REGAL: a glorious entrance hall featuring Bronzite tiles
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The hole was collared on Norite and intersected the contact between the Norite and Bronzite - the geologic contact commonly located near the VEZ.
Petrographically, the basalts are described as containing calcic plagioclase, augite, and rarer pigeonite and bronzite, and Fe-Ti oxides, and vary from holocrystalline to variably vitrophyric ([less than or equal to]30%).
These claims cover the upper member of the Ultramafic series composed of cumulates of Olivine and Bronzite, as well as the contact between the Ultramafic series and the Banded series.