Abstract

A new procedure is proposed for the chemical analysis of minerals high in iron, magnesium and silica; and low in calcium, aluminum and the alkalies. Chemical, optical, x-ray and spectrographic analyses of 8 high iron hypersthenes from Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware are presented. Curves are given showing the variation of the optical properties with chemical composition.

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