Bismuthyl
Bismuthyl Bis"muth*yl`, n. (Min.) Hydrous carbonate of bismuth, an earthy mineral of a dull white or yellowish color. [Written also {bismuthite}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • bismuthyl — bismutilas statusas T sritis chemija formulė BiO⁺ atitikmenys: angl. bismuthyl rus. висмутил ryšiai: sinonimas – oksobismutas (1+) …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • bismuthyl — /biz meuh thil/, n. Chem. the univalent group BiO+, occurring in certain bismuth salts, as bismuth oxychloride, BiOCl. [BISMUTH + YL] * * * …   Universalium

  • bismuthyl — noun Any tartrate in the form of a univalent radical, wherein only one replaceable hydrogen atom has been replaced by a base, causing it to have twice the amount of acid contained in a normal salt …   Wiktionary

  • bismuthyl — The group, BiO+, that behaves chemically as the ion of a univalent metal; its salts are subsalts of bismuth. b. carbonate SYN: bismuth subcarbonate. b. chloride SYN: bismuth oxychloride …   Medical dictionary

  • bismuthyl — n. univalent chemical compound …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bismuthyl — bis·muth·yl …   English syllables

  • bismuthyl — ˈbizməˌth]il, ˈbis , ˌth]ēl; məth]ə̇l, məth] noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary bismuth + yl : a univalent radical BiO regarded as existing in some basic salts of bismuth * * * /biz meuh thil/, n. Chem. the univalent group… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bismuthyl chloride — noun : bismuth oxychloride …   Useful english dictionary

  • bismuthite — Bismuthyl Bis muth*yl , n. (Min.) Hydrous carbonate of bismuth, an earthy mineral of a dull white or yellowish color. [Written also {bismuthite}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bismuth — A trivalent metallic element; atomic no. 83, atomic wt. 20.98037. Several of its salts are used in medicine; some contain BiO+, rather than Bi3+, and are called subsalts. [Ger. Wismut, weisse Masse, white mass] b. aluminate a gastric antacid. SYN …   Medical dictionary

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