mineralogist


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mineralogist

[‚min·ə′räl·ə·jəst]
(mineralogy)
A person who studies the occurrence, description, mode of formation, and uses of minerals.
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2 (described in the American Mineralogist article) investigate the very fine scale bonding environments of aluminum and silicon (also carbon and calcium) in poorly-crystalline C-A-S-H and crystalline Al-tobermorite in relict lime clasts, The high-pressure X-ray diffraction analyses performed at ALS beamline 12.
That's how much pressure a natural diamond feels deep inside the Earth, says George Harlow, a mineralogist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
2007), a theoretical physicist working in Brussels; and geologist and mineralogist Dibner, a friend and colleague, combined their memory of him, his accounts of his life, archival records, and his published scientific work into the biography Mikhail Mickailovich Ermalaev: zhizn' issledovatelya i ychenogog, for which neither date nor publisher is cited.
Canadian Mineralogist, Mineralogical Association of Canada, 38, pp.
The team which found it was led by mineralogist Jeff Wilson, who is now retired.
2) Leonard James Spencer (1870-1959) was a British mineralogist of great eminence.
Fiore, "Interstratified Kaolinite-Smectite: Nature of the Layers and Mechanism of Smectite Kaolinization," American Mineralogist 91(1), 159-170 (2006).
Francisco Lopez, a mineralogist from a university in Sonora, Mexico, was searching for cattle in what would become Placerita Canyon.
Top Ten Most-Cited Journals in Geosciences, 1996-2007 Total Number Journal of Citations Geophysical Research Letters 116,069 Geology 42,202 Journal of Hydrology 22,157 American Mineralogist 20,185 Palaeogeorgraphy/climatology/ecology 20,130 Quaternary Science Review 17,672 Marine Geology 16,060 Global Biogeochemistry Cycles 15,648 Contrib.
Unable to identify the unusual mineral's composition, Rio Tinto enlisted the help of mineralogist Chris Stanley of London's Natural History Museum.
The crystal structures of loparite-(Ce) // The Canadian Mineralogist.
One day I wanted to be the head mineralogist at the Natural History Museum in London, the next a concert guitarist, the next a professional footballer like my Liverpool hero Kenny Dalglish.