Vauquelinite
Vauquelinite Vauque"lin*ite, n. [So called after the French chemist Vauquelin, who died in 1829: cf. F. vauquelinite.] (Min.) Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green. [1913 Webster]

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  • Vauquelinite — is a complex mineral with the formula CuPb2CrO4PO4OH making it a combined chromate and phosphate of copper and lead. Discovered in 1818 in the Urals it is named after Louis Vauquelin (1763 1829), a French chemist …   Wikipedia

  • vauquelinite — vokelenitas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Mineralas. formulė Pb₂Cu(CrO₄)(PO₄)OH atitikmenys: angl. laxmannite; vauquelinite rus. вокеленит; лаксманит ryšiai: sinonimas – laksmanitas …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • vauquelinite — noun A complex mineral, a combined chromate and phosphate of copper and lead …   Wiktionary

  • vauquelinite — vau·que·lin·ite …   English syllables

  • vauquelinite — ˈvōk(ə)lə̇ˌnīt noun ( s) Etymology: Swedish vauquelinit, from Louis N. Vauquelin died 1829 French chemist + Swedish it ite : a mineral (Pb,Cu)3(CrO4,PO4)2(?) consisting of a green to brown lead copper phosphate and chromate …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Louis Nicolas Vauquelin — Nicolas Louis Vauquelin Born 16 May 1763(1763 05 16) Saint André d Hébertot …   Wikipedia

  • Crocoïte — Catégorie VII : sulfates, sélénates tellurates, chromates, molybdates, tungstates[1] Crocoïte de Tasmanie (Australie) …   Wikipédia en Français

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