clast-, clas-, -clastic, -clast, -clase, -clasia, -clasis, -clasis, -clasmic, -clasm
(Greek: break, break in pieces; broken, broken in pieces, crush; bend)
2. A description of someone whose purpose is to destroy myths.
Plagioclase refers to any of a series of common feldspar minerals, consisting of differing mixtures of sodium and calcium aluminum silicates.
Plagioclase is typically white, yellow, or reddish-gray, but it can also be blue to black. It occurs in igneous rocks.
The minerals albite, oligoclase, andesine, labradorite, bytownite, and anorthite are all plagioclases.
2. Preserving the correct shape.