'Gyrolite from the Bombay District, India'

'Gyrolite from the Bombay District, India'

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Caption: Gyrolite is hydrous calcium silicate and a member of the zeolite group of minerals. Zeolites are characterized by their tendency to give off water (which is part of their crystal structures) when heated. Gyrolite forms thin needle-like crystals that aggregate to form nearly spherical balls; these are well exemplified by the material from railroad cuts near Bombay (Mumbai), India.

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Keywords: aggregate, arem collection, crystal, crystals, geology, gyrolite, hydrous calcium silicate, mineral, mineralogy, minerals, nature, object, ores, silicate, specimen, specimens, still life, zeolite, zeolite group, zeolite mineral

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