Quartzan,She closed her eyes and listened to the conversation while keeping time with the music. “You see, Shalic?” said Berylon. “Already, the Fronds'wa's mate tries to entice me. I told you that she would take to me.” “She is a beautiful woman, Berylon,” said a warrior seated to the left of Berylon. “But, I do not think she dances for us. I think she distracts us from the teen.” “Ah, yes, Quartzan. I had forgotten that you, too, saw the waif who escaped us those many rings ago. Tell me what you think.Den Umfang des eigentlichen Landes Cüstrin lernt man aus einer Urkunde von 1262 kennen, wonach die Markgrafen sich mit dem Ordensmeister Widekinus dergestalt verglichen, daß das Städtchen (opidum) Cüstrin, dann die Dörfer.Clozniz (wohl Clewitz), Warnik (Warnick), Tamprosoue (Tamsel), Pudignoue (unbekannt), Witze (Vietze im Lande Landsberg), nebst den Tempelgütern an der Mietzel um Soldin den Markgrafen zugehören sollte, wogegen die curia Quartzan, Tyscher Temperature Mineral Diffusing Species D0 (cm2s −1) Q (kJ mol−1) Range (K) Quartza Sodium (Na) 3.8×10 −6 102.4 673–1273 Quartza Potassium (K) 1.8×10 −5 132.5 573–773 Quartza Lithium (Li) 6.9×10 −7 85.7 573–773 Quartza Oxygen (18O) 1.1× 10−14 195 1143–1453 Kaolina Calcium (45Ca) 3.71×10 −2 292.6 1473–1673 Illitea Calcium (45Ca) 0.12 292.6 1473–1673 Biotitea Argon (Ar) 3.42×10 −5 167 NR Biotitea Barium (Ba) 4.4×10 −7 41.4 293–395 Biotitea Calcium (Ca) .Palandri and Kharaka, 2004 montmorillonit 11 Palandri and Kharaka, 2004 Tectosilicates (see also Table 5.1) am. silica 18 25–250 Rimstidt and Barnes, 1980; Mazer and Walther, 1994; Icenhower and Dove, 2000 quartza 16–18 25–300 Rimstidt and Barnes, 1980 quartza 21 25–625 Tester et al., 1994 quartza 19 100–300 Polster, 1994 quartza 17 175–290 Dove, 1999 aData only compiled for dissolution in distilled deionized water. discussed rates measured farfromequilibrium, In the granite the orthoclasc and oligoclase were solidified previously to the quartz: an anomaly explained by the difference between the point of solidification and the point of fusion, and by a protracted viscosity of the quartz: an opinion quite admissible.if applied to the slow refrigeration of a liquid magma on the surface of the ground. In the quartziferous and traehytic porphyries, quartz was first segregated; then orthoclasc and sanidine, and lastly oligoclase. These two groups of rocks Eliminating graphite, mica and clay, for the reasons mentioned, we have left soapstone, sand, asbestos and silex, belonging to the silicate family; quartz, an oxide, and marble dust, belonging to the carbonate family. We can dispense with the marble dust in just a word—the metallic portion, Ca, belongs to the alkalineearth group of elements, i. e., it has decided baseforming properties and as such, after intense ignition, it will react alkaline to moistened litmus, i.e., C0, has probably Quartzum.deftillatum dat aliquas guttas liquoris alcalini, qui viridem reddit fyrupum violarum . Si pluries rubefcat in igne , & tantundem in aqua extinguatur, hæc imbibet fal alcalinum volatile. In acido quocumque vix vicefima , aut tricefima pars Quartzi folvitur ; hinc difcrimén inter hoc & filices. Ex hac obfervatione , & partibus eterogeneis quæ obfervantur in Quartzis , & ex rimarum montium confideratione in quibus Quartza inveniuntur , difficile non eft conje&tari hæc Foffilia formata fuiffe a R.I. Quartz : an Old Chapter rewritten. It is well known that difficult subjects are often made much more intelligible by being presented to the mind in more than one way. Under such a category the operation.of rock crystal, or quartz, upon polarised light may be fairly classed. And although its fundamental laws are well known to students of optics, they are perhaps sufficiently intricate to justify their being brought under a new experimental form before the members of the Royal Institution.