glaucochroite

noun glau·cochro·ite \ˌglȯkəˈkrōˌīt, glȯˈkäkrəˌwīt\

Definition of glaucochroite

plural

-s

  1. :  a mineral CaMnSiO4 that consists of a calcium manganese silicate, occurs in bluish green prismatic crystals, and is related to monticellite

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Origin and Etymology of glaucochroite

glauc- + Greek chrōs color + English -ite — more at chromatic


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