- a white-to-brown or red zeolite mineral, a hydrous silicate of calcium and aluminum, occurring in sheaflike aggregates of crystals and in radiated masses.
Origin of stilbite
Examples from the Web for stilbite
Historical Examples of stilbite
In the cavities of such mixed rocks we often find calcedony, and crystals of mesotype, stilbite, and arragonite.A Manual of Elementary Geology
Heulandite is distinguished from stilbite by its crystals and perfect solubility; from apopholite by form of crystals.
Stilbite, stil′bīt, n. a pearly and foliated variety of zeolite.
- a white or yellow zeolite mineral consisting of hydrated calcium sodium aluminium silicate, often in the form of sheaves of monoclinic crystals. Formula: (Na 2 Ca)Al 2 Si 7 O 18 .7H 2 O