Definition of Alumen. Meaning of Alumen. Synonyms of Alumen

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Definition of Alumen

Alumen
Alumen A*lu"men, n. [L.] (Chem.) Alum.

Meaning of Alumen from wikipedia

- alumen was found naturally in the earth, and calls it salsugoterrae. Pliny wrote that different substances were distinguished by the name of alumen,...
- collected. The word "alum" derives from the Latin word alumen, meaning "bitter salt". The word alumen stems from the Proto-Indo-European root *alu- meaning...
- Soapstone (also known as steatite or soaprock) is a talc-schist, which is a type of metamorphic rock. It is composed largely of the magnesium rich mineral...
- 305 1.738 923 1363 1.023 1.31 23300 13 Al Aluminium alumina, from Latin alumen (gen. aluminis), 'bitter salt, alum' 13 3 26.9815384(3) 2.698 933.47 2792...
- 305 1.738 923 1363 1.023 1.31 23300 13 Al Aluminium alumina, from Latin alumen (gen. aluminis), 'bitter salt, alum' 13 3 26.9815384(3) 2.698 933.47 2792...
- cloudiness (turbidity) in the water. Pot****ium alum was described under the name alumen or salsugoterrae by Pliny, and it is clearly the same as the stupteria described...
- Brands Incorporated. p. 4. Retrieved 26 January 2019. Pliny the Elder. "Alumen, and the several varieties of it; Thirty-eight remedies". Naturalis Historia...
- Eastern Thessaly in Greece 2 3 24.305 13 Al Aluminium alumina, from Latin alumen (gen. aluminis), 'bitter salt, alum' 13 3 26.9815384(3) 14 Si Silicon Latin...
- Abdominaltyphus und dessen Behandlung mit Alumen crudum" (About Abdominal Typhus and Its Treatment with Alumen), also in the same periodical, vol. XV (1838);...
- named by Humphry Davy in the early 1800s. It is derived from the Gr**** word alumen, meaning bitter salt, or the Latin alum, the mineral. Gallium is derived...
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