clinozoisite

[klahy-nuh-zoh-uh-sahyt]
noun
a monoclinic mineral, hydrous calcium aluminum silicate, a variety of epidote, dimorphous with zoisite.

Origin:
clino- + zoisite

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Isolated grains of clinozoisite are probably the result of low grade metamorphism.
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