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  • 1 Scheelite — [1] Catégorie VII : sulfates, sélénates tellurates, chromates, molybdates, tungstates[2] …

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  • 2 Scheelite — Scheel ite, n. [From C.W. Scheele, a Swedish chemist.] (Min.) Calcium tungstate, a mineral of a white or pale yellowish color and of the tetragonal system of crystallization. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 scheelite — ● scheelite nom féminin (de C. W. Scheele, nom propre) Tungstate naturel de calcium, de formule CaWO4, du système quadratique, constituant un minerai de tungstène …

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  • 4 scheelite — s. f. [Mineralogia] Tungstato natural de cálcio, de fórmula CaWO4, do sistema tetragonal, que pode originar um minério de tungstênio. (Deve se a sua descoberta a Scheele, que descobriu o tungstênio.)   ♦ Grafia no Brasil: scheelita …

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  • 5 scheelite — [shā′līt΄, shē′līt΄] n. [Ger scheelit, after K. W. Scheele (1742 86), Swed chemist] a yellowish white to brown, hard mineral, calcium tungstate, CaWO4, that is an ore of tungsten …

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  • 6 Scheelite — Infobox mineral name = Scheelite category = boxwidth = boxbgcolor = caption = formula = Calcium tungstate CaWO4 molweight = color = Golden yellow, brownish green, brown, pinkish to reddish gray, colorless habit = Pseudo octahedra, massive,… …

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  • 7 scheelite — /shay luyt, shee /, n. Mineral. calcium tungstate, CaWO4, usually occurring in tetragonal crystals: an important ore of tungsten. [1830 40; < G Scheelit, named after K. W. SCHEELE, who first isolated tungstic acid; see ITE1] * * *       calcium… …

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  • 8 scheelite — šelitas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Mineralas. formulė CaWO₄ atitikmenys: angl. scheelite rus. шеелит …

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  • 9 scheelite — n. Mineral. calcium tungstate in its mineral crystalline form. Etymology: K. W. Scheele, Sw. chemist d. 1786 * * * scheelite Min. (ˈʃiːlaɪt) [f. the name of K. W. Scheele, the discoverer of tungstic acid + ite.] Tungstate of calcium, found in… …

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  • 10 scheelite — noun Etymology: German Scheelit, from Karl W. Scheele died 1786 Swedish chemist Date: circa 1837 a mineral consisting of the tungstate of calcium that is an ore of tungsten …

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  • 11 scheelite — noun A mineral composed of calcium tungstate, with the chemical formula CaWO; an important tungsten ore …

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  • 12 scheelite — (ché li t ) s. f. Chaux tungstatée …

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  • 13 scheelite — Смотри Шеелит …

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  • 14 scheelite — n. calcium tungstate, yellowish white mineral which forms tetragonal crystals (Geology) …

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  • 15 scheelite — [ ʃi:lʌɪt] noun a fluorescent mineral, white when pure, which consists of calcium tungstate and is an important ore of tungsten. Origin C19: from the name of the 18th cent. Swedish chemist Karl W. Scheele + ite1 …

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  • 16 scheelite — schee·lite …

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  • 17 scheelite — scheel•ite [[t]ˈʃeɪ laɪt, ˈʃi [/t]] n. mir a mineral, calcium tungstate molybdate, Ca(WO4MoO4), occurring in crystals and aggregates: an ore of tungsten • Etymology: 1830–40; < G Scheelit= Karl Wilhelm Scheele (1742–86), Swedish chemist, who… …

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  • 18 scheelite — /ˈʃilaɪt / (say sheeluyt) noun calcium tungstate, CaWO4, an important ore of tungsten usually occurring in crystals. {from KW Scheele + ite1} …

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  • 19 7790-75-2 — Scheelite Scheelite Général No CAS 7790 75 2 No EINECS …

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  • 20 CaWO4 — Scheelite Scheelite Général No CAS 7790 75 2 No EINECS …

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