alkaline rocks

alkaline rocks
šarminės uolienos statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Uolienos, susidariusios iš mineralų, turinčių daug šarminių metalų – natrio ir kalio, mažiau ličio, rubidžio, francio. Svarbiausi šarminių uolienų mineralai: nefelinas, šarminiai piroksenai, amfibolai ir putnagai. Šarminėms uolienoms priklauso dalis ultrabazinių, bazinių, neutraliųjų ir rūgščiųjų uolienų. atitikmenys: angl. alkaline rocks vok. alkalische Gesteine, n rus. щелочные породы

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