Olivine on Wikipedia Olivine
(/ˈɒl.ɪˌviːn/) is a magnesium iron silicate with the chemical formula (Mg,Fe)2SiO4. It is a type of nesosilicate or orthosilicate
depth. It may also contain iron and hydrogen. It is polymorphous with the
phase forsterite (a magnesium iron silicate). Ringwoodite is notable for
appears in late Middle English.
is the typical color of the mineral
. The first recorded use of
as a color name in English was in
tridymite or cristobalite.
tholeiitic basalt has augite and orthopyroxene or pigeonite with abundant
may have rims of pyroxene
River is a river in northern Fiordland, New Zealand. It rises north of the Cow Saddle and flows north, then north-west over
Olivine (disambiguation) Olivine
is a mineral (a solid solution series) and a mineral group.
may also refer to:
Creek, in British Columbia Olivine
Olivine Point Olivine
Point (60°40′S 45°29′W / 60.667°S 45.483°W / -60.667; -45.483) is the southern end of the low-lying peninsula which forms the east limit of
Mount Olivine (Quebec)
is a mountain in Gaspésie National Park, in the unincorporated territory of Mont-Albert, in the La Haute-Gaspésie Regional County Municipality
coarse-grained igneous rock consisting mostly of the silicate minerals
and pyroxene. Peridotite is ultramafic, as the rock contains less than
sometimes called chrysolite, is a yellowish-green transparent variety of
. Peridot is one of the few gemstones that occur in only one color. Peridot