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PostPosted: Sep 07, 2017 00:05    Post subject: Radial platelets in quartz. Clinochlorite?  

Radial platelets in quartz. Clinochlorite?


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PostPosted: Sep 07, 2017 10:38    Post subject: Re: Radial platelets in quartz. Clinochlorite?  

Clinochlore is very likely. Please tell us how the images were made. Particulafly, were some made using crossed polarizers? It certainly looks that way. Knowing this would help us evaluate what mineral(s) you are showing.
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PostPosted: Sep 07, 2017 10:49    Post subject: Re: Radial platelets in quartz. Clinochlorite?  

Pete Richards wrote:
Clinochlore is very likely. Please tell us how the images were made. Particulafly, were some made using crossed polarizers? It certainly looks that way. Knowing this would help us evaluate what mineral(s) you are showing.

Just a microscope and a flashlight, no polarizers.
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