Cobaltite
Cobaltine Co"balt*ine, Cobaltite Co"balt*ite . (Min.) A mineral of a nearly silver-white color, composed of arsenic, sulphur, and cobalt. [1913 Webster]

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  • Cobaltite — Catégorie II : sulfures et sulfosels[1] Cobaltite de Riddarhyttan (Suède) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cobaltite — from Sweden General Category Sulfosalt mineral Chemical formula …   Wikipedia

  • cobaltite — [kō′bôl tīt΄] n. a hard, silver white mineral, CoAsS, that is an ore of cobalt; cobalt arsenic sulfide: also called cobalt glance …   English World dictionary

  • cobaltite — cobalt [ kɔbalt ] n. m. • 1723; « minerai » 1549; all. Kobalt, var. de Kobold « lutin »; cf. nickel ♦ Élément atomique (Co; no at. 27; m. at. 58,93), métal blanc du même groupe que le fer et le nickel. Le cobalt …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • cobaltite — or cobaltine noun Etymology: cobaltite, alteration of cobaltine, from French, from cobalt Date: 1868 a grayish to silver white mineral consisting of a sulfur arsenide of cobalt also containing iron and sometimes nickel and used in making smalt …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cobaltite — /koh bawl tuyt, koh bawl tuyt /, n. a mineral, cobalt arsenic sulfide, CoAsS, silver white with a reddish tinge: an end member of a series of solid solutions that includes gersdorffite; used as an ore of cobalt. [1865 70; COBALT + ITE1] * * * ▪… …   Universalium

  • cobaltite — kobaltinas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Mineralas. formulė CoAsS atitikmenys: angl. cobaltite rus. кобальтин …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • cobaltite — kobaltitas statusas T sritis chemija formulė M₂CoO₂ atitikmenys: angl. cobaltite rus. кобальтит ryšiai: sinonimas – dioksokobaltatas (2–) …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • cobaltite — noun A rare, gray mineral, a mixed sulfide and arsenide of cobalt and iron with the chemical formula CoAsS; it is an ore of cobalt …   Wiktionary

  • cobaltite — co·bal·tite …   English syllables

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