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Calcsilicate rock
Minerals found in the calcsilicate facies contain quartz, diopside, enstatitic pyroxene, tremolite, calcite, and phlogopite. However, only a few thin sections have been found to contain all phases. In some specimens, the pyroxene is close to 100%…

This calcite marble is typical of most Adirondack metacarbonates. In the majority of instances, original dolomite has reacted to yield calcsilicates. Also present in these specimens are small, serpentinized droplets which may originally have been…
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