Titanite crystals in actinolite

Titanite crystals in actinolite

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Caption: Titanite crystals in actinolite. Titanite crystals (green) embedded in a sample of actinolite (white). Titanite is a calcium titanium nesosilicate mineral, and is a source of titanium dioxide, used in pigments. Actinolite is an amphibole silicate mineral (monoclinic)that is typically pale to dark green and occurs as long fibrous, often radial crystals. Sample height 9 centimetres.

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