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- adj. Of, pertaining to, containing, or produced using a zeolite.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a zeolite; consisting of, or resembling, a zeolite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to zeolite; consisting of zeolite or resembling it.
On page 939, Yaghi and colleagues report a new robotic high-throughput scheme for creating MOF relatives known as zeolitic imidazolate frameworks ZIFs.
Immobilization of heavy metals in polluted soils by the addition of zeolitic material synthesized from coal fly ash [An article from: Chemosphere] by X. Querol
A high-throughput protocol was developed for the synthesis of zeolitic imidazolate frameworks ZIFs. . .
They are divisible into two great classes, which have received the names of diorite and dolerite, the former a mixture of albite and hornblende, the latter of augite and labradorite, sometimes with considerable quantities of a sort of oligoclase containing both soda and lime, and of different kinds of zeolitic minerals.
Those which we have taken as illustrations have been selected as typical of the minerals; but it is not uncommon to find albite containing 2 or 3 per cent of potash, labradorite with a considerable proportion of soda, and zeolitic minerals containing several per cent of potash, the presence of which must of course considerably modify the properties of the soils produced from them.
Gold appears to be present in small amounts in almost all the volcanic rocks, so that as those rocks decay and new mineral substances are formed out of the decomposed products, the gold which they contained is often preserved and concentrated in thin and narrow veins of zeolitic minerals, which extend over the surface of these volcanic rocks.
Where\er the zeolitic sub - stance has been too confined in the cavity of the lava, the crystallization is extremely imperfect, in consequence of the prisms being half-formed and confusedly intermingled; but where that substance had a larger space to develope itself in, the prisms are no longer so indistinct; many of them at least are found to incline to a tetrahedral figure; and where the cavities of the lava have aflbrdeda still greater space to the zeolitic matter, it has crystallized in tetrahedral prisms, of a distinct conformation. livery prism has therefore four faces distinctly separated.