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Tsarstone collectors guide


Pegmatite

Pegmatite
A light-colored, coarse-grained igneous rock from granite clan containing orthoclase, quartz, microline, mica, gemstones, and many ferromagnesian minerals resulting from slow solidification. Pegmatite is occurring place of many uncommon gem minerals such as beryl, topaz, tourmaline, etc. Also called giant granite.
Bibliographic details
Page title Definition of Pegmatite
Author David Weinberg
Website title Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide
Date published 03 July 2010 04:44 UTC
Date accessed 27 November 2014 14:21 UTC
Permanent link http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001
AMA style
David Weinberg. "Definition of Pegmatite". In Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide. July 03, 2010, 04:44 UTC. Available at: http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001. Accessed November 27, 2014.
APA style
"Definition of Pegmatite". (2010, July 03). In Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide. Retrieved 14:21, November 27, 2014, from http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001.
Bluebook style
"Definition of Pegmatite", http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001 (last visited November 27, 2014).
Bluebook: Harvard JOLT style
See Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide, "Definition of Pegmatite", http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001 (A light-colored, coarse-grained igneous rock from granite clan containing orthoclase, quartz, microline, mica, gemstones, and many ferromagnesian minerals resulting from slow solidification. Pegmatite is occurring place of many uncommon gem minerals such as beryl, topaz, tourmaline, etc. Also called giant granite.) (as of Nov. 27, 2014, 14:21 GMT).
CBE/CSE style
David Weinberg. "Definition of Pegmatite". In Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide. 2010 Jul 03, 04:44 UTC.[Internet], Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide; 2010 Jul 03, 04:44 UTC [cited 2014 Nov 27]. Available from: http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001.
Chicago style
David Weinberg, "Definition of Pegmatite", http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001, (accessed November 27, 2014).
MLA style
"Definition of Pegmatite". Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide. 03 Jul 2010, 04:44 UTC. 27 Nov 2014 http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001
MHRA style
David Weinberg, "Definition of Pegmatite", Alexandrite Tsarstone Collectors Guide, 03 July 2010, 04:44 UTC, http://www.alexandrite.net/viewpage.html?id=GG-101-00001 [accessed 27 November 2014].
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