Olivine 🎨 RGB Color Code: #9AB973
The hexadecimal RGB code of Olivine color is #9AB973. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 9A red (154/256), a B9 green (185/256) and a 73 blue component (115/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(154,185,115). Closest WebSafe color: Pistachio (#99CC66)
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The mineral olivine (/ˈɒl.ɪˌvin/) is a magnesium iron silicate with the chemical formula (Mg2+, Fe2+) 2SiO 4. It is a type of nesosilicate or orthosilicate
tridymite or cristobalite. Olivine tholeiitic basalt has augite and orthopyroxene or pigeonite with abundant olivine, but olivine may have rims of pyroxene
is gem-quality olivine and a silicate mineral with the formula of (Mg, Fe)2SiO4. As peridot is a magnesium-rich variety of olivine (forsterite), the
The Olivine River is a river in northern Fiordland, New Zealand. It rises north of the Cow Saddle and flows north, then north-west over Olivine Falls
Olivine is a mineral (a solid solution series) and a mineral group. Olivine may also refer to: Olivine, colour Olivine Creek, in British Columbia Olivine
coarse-grained igneous rock consisting mostly of the silicate minerals olivine and pyroxene. Peridotite is ultramafic, as the rock contains less than
toward gray, it becomes olive drab. Olivine is the typical color of the mineral olivine. The first recorded use of olivine as a color name in English was in
called the Big Hole. Previously, the term kimberlite has been applied to olivine lamproites as Kimberlite II, however this has been in error. Kimberlite
Basaltic trachyandesite Mugearite – Oligoclase-bearing basalt, comprising olivine, apatite, and opaque oxides Shoshonite – Potassium-rich variety of basaltic
China in 2000. It is a pallasite—a type of stony–iron meteorite with olivine crystals. It is estimated to be 4.5 billion years old. In 2000, near Fukang
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