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Roger Weller, geology instructor
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Willsboro, New York
Wollastonite is CaSiO3
Wollastonite is calcium silicate. It is a contact metamorphic mineral produced by a
magma in contact with a limestone. It is usually colorless, white or gray. The small
dark dots are garnets.
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