a mineral, magnesium-iron silicate, (mg,fe) 7 (si 8 o 22)(oh) 2 , occurring in schists in lamellar or fibrous clove-brown crystals.
historical examples

the asbestos of italy and cyprus is anthophyllite, more like the georgia material.
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asbestos consists mostly of magnesium silicate minerals—chrysotile, anthophyllite, and crocidolite.
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in georgia the asbestos, which is anthophyllite, occurs in lenticular m-sses in peridot-te -ssociated with gneiss.
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