gypsite

gypsite

[′jip‚sīt]
(geology)
A variety of gypsum consisting of dirt and sand; found as an efflorescent deposit in arid regions, overlying gypsum. Also known as gypsum earth.

gypsite

Gypsum having a purity of from 60 to 90% and containing clay, loam, and sand.
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Patterns of modification A zeolite and gypsite were mainly identified.
X-ray images of synthetic zeolite admixture revealed that this admixture is made of modification A zeolite and gypsite (Al[(OH).sub.3]).