OTHER WORDS FROM chloritechlo·rit·ic [klaw-rit-ik, kloh-], /klɔˈrɪt ɪk, kloʊ-/, adjective
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Quartz from thin veins, with particles of an adhering rock, probably chlorite-slate.
Whether the colour depends upon epidote, chlorite, or some other substance, we were not able to determine.
Chlorite is another soft, easily scratched mineral, generally of a dark-green colour.
Sometimes it occurs in beds (chlorite-slate), and is often found coating the walls of fissures in certain rocks.
The three last-mentioned minerals—talc, serpentine, and chlorite—are all silicates of magnesia.