from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In petrography, a name used by Rosenbusch for saussurite-gabbro in which the secondary smaragdite and saussurite preserve the original texture of the rock in spite of the complete transformation they represent. It is distinguished from flaser-gabbro, in which there has been change in the form of the constituents.


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