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Serpentine Chrysotile

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CALIFORNIA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Serpentine is metamorphic
chrysotile and antigorite. Chrysotile often occurs as fibrous veinlets in serpentine. Chrysotile in fibrous form is the most common type of asbestos.
Naturally-Occurring Asbestos in Serpentine Soils Education Program
Several Types of Naturally-. Occurring Fibrous Minerals. Source: Lake County AQMD - Serpentine / Chrysotile Asbestos, Polarized Light 200 sieve, 100x, 1.
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The main types of serpentine are: chrysotile (fibrous); lizardite (platy); and antigorite (elongate, and known as picrolite when fibrous).
serpentine unit cell from 3.0 to ~2.8 as the structural water is reduced from 4.

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Asbestos Confirmed at Korean Schools
The testing confirmed the presence of olivine and serpentine/chrysotile, material from former asbestos mines throughout South Korea.

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Serpentine (Chrysotile) Picture - The Silicate Minerals
Serpentine (Chrysotile). The Silicate Minerals.
Chrysotile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chrysotile Mineral Information and Facts: Serpentine Asbestos fibers
Scientific facts about the mineral Chrysotile, including characteristics, industrial uses of asbestos.
Serpentine (Chrysotile) | Mesothelioma & Asbestos Cancer Glossary
Serpentine (Chrysotile) definition from Read more from the Mesothelioma & Asbestos Cancer Glossary of Medical Terms.
Serpentine: The mineral Serpentine information and pictures
Serpentine is not a single mineral, but rather a group of related minerals.

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