saliotite

Lustre vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

lustre | saliotite |


As a verb lustre

is .

As an adjective lustre

is polished.

As a noun saliotite is

(mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

Pearly vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

pearly | saliotite |


As nouns the difference between pearly and saliotite

is that pearly is (uncountable|uncommon|dated) a pale greyish white colour, tinted with blue while saliotite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

As an adjective pearly

is of a pale greyish white colour, tinted with blue.

Smectite vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

smectite | saliotite |


In mineralogy|lang=en terms the difference between smectite and saliotite

is that smectite is (mineralogy) any of many clay phyllosilicate minerals that have a relatively open structure while saliotite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

As nouns the difference between smectite and saliotite

is that smectite is (mineralogy) any of many clay phyllosilicate minerals that have a relatively open structure while saliotite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

Mineral vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

mineral | saliotite |


As nouns the difference between mineral and saliotite

is that mineral is mineral while saliotite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

Phyllosilicate vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

phyllosilicate | saliotite |


As nouns the difference between phyllosilicate and saliotite

is that phyllosilicate is (chemistry|mineralogy) any silicate mineral having a crystal structure of parallel sheets of silicate tetrahedra while saliotite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.

Monoclinic vs Saliotite - What's the difference?

monoclinic | saliotite |


As an adjective monoclinic

is (crystallography) having three unequal axes with two perpendicular and one oblique intersections.

As a noun saliotite is

(mineralogy) a monoclinic phyllosilicate mineral in the smectite group with a pearly lustre.