levyne


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levyne

[lā′vēn]
(mineralogy)
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Qualitative XRD analysis led to identifying a variety of zeolite species, including analcime, as the dominant zeolytic phase, followed by chabazite, natrolite, thomsonite, wairakite, stilbite, stilbite-Ca, phillip-site and stellerite-Na, thomsonite-Ca, chabazite-Ca and chabazite-Na, with minor stellerite, laumontite, levyne, phillipsite-Na, and gyrolite Other secondary minerals associated with zeolites were celadonite (Fe-rich mica), nontronite (Fe-rich smectite), greigeite (iron sulide mineral), koninckite or bobierrite (phosphates), alunite (sulphate), truscottite (silicate), calcite or dolomite, and quartz Nontronite occurred in most samples.
An erionite-series mineral intimately intergrown with levyne forms lustrous white to gray, silky, asbestiform, radial crystal aggregates to 0.
Gobbinsite, cowlesite, levyne, stilbite, and chabazite have been found on Ikezuki island, as well as Chojabaru, Iki island, both part of Nagasaki prefecture, Kyushu.
Omar Masood (a), Shazaib Butt (b), Syed Alamdar Ali (c), Mondher Bellalah (d), Frederic Teulon (e), Olivier Levyne (f)