By B. H. Purser, M. E. Tucker, D. H. Zenger
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Thin-section and scanning electron micrographic examination, however, reveal· that these dolomites are different texturally and exhibit different crystal morphologies (Fig. 8). D. Perkins et a!. Fig. 7. Morphology of salina minerals. (A) Thin-section photomicrograph of gypsum crystals from uppermost gypsum unit. (B) Scanning electron photomicrograph of bundles of prismatic Mg-calcite. (C) Scanning electron photomicrograph of calcite precipitates within the gypsum unit. (D) Scanning electron photomicrograph of bundles of radiating aragonite crystallites surrounded by sheaves of prismatic Mg-calcite.
Saussure used for his study specimens, he found them to consist of magnesia and calcareous 'earth'. a suite of samples from the naturalist Fleuriau Aware of Tennant's work, Saussure, in 1800, redid de Bellevue. Later, some samples were sent by some of his laboratory work, coupling this with a Dolomieu himself. Saussure described its external thorough literature check, and found that alumina characteristics: texture more compact than other does not experimentally form a solid carbonate of limestones; crystalline fabric; harder; and of a higher alumina with carbonic acid, and that it did not exist specific gravity than regular limestone.
During some referred to cavities lined with small rhombic crystals mineralogical excursions in the Tyrolean mountains characterized by a lustre and curved faces that indi (used here in the broadest of senses), Dolomieu cate 'spath perle' (pearl spar), which dissolves slowly Dolomieu and the first description of dolomite 25 Fig. 2. View from north of the Sassolungo, near Ortisei, one of the many spectacular Triassic carbonate platforms in the Dolomites. and without effervescence. This point is of interest: for reasons of general structure.