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Ganister

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A hard, fine-grained, quartz-arenite, cemented with silica and possessing a splintery fracture. It can be associated with coal seams.

A hard, fine-grained, particularly pure siliceous grit, quartzose sandstone or quartzite, used in the manufacture of silica brick. The term is mostly used for a rock which occurs in the Upper Carboniferous of the British Midlands, composed of subangular quartz particles cemented with secondary silica, and possessing a characteristic splintery fracture. Ganister is distinguished from chert by its more granular texture and by the relatively small quantity of chalcedonic or amorphous silica.

Ref.: Chambers’s Mineralogical Dictionary (1964) Chemical Publishing Co., Inc., New York, NY, USA (reprint).


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