Definition of Cerite. Meaning of Cerite. Synonyms of Cerite

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Definition of Cerite

Cerite
Cerite Ce"rite, n. [Gr. ? horn.] (Zo["o]l.) A gastropod shell belonging to the family Cerithi["i]d[ae]; -- so called from its hornlike form.
Cerite
Cerite Ce"rite, n. [From Cherium.] (Min.) A mineral of a brownish of cherry-red color, commonly massive. It is a hydrous silicate of cerium and allied metals.

Meaning of Cerite from wikipedia

- Cerite is a complex silicate mineral group containing cerium, formula (Ce,La,Ca) 9(Mg,Fe3+ )(SiO 4) 6(SiO 3OH)(OH) 3. The cerium and lanthanum content...
- substitution: aeschynite allanite apatite bastnäsite britholite brockite cerite fluocerite fluorite gadolinite mo****te parisite stillwellite synchysite...
- Yttrocerite is a variety of the mineral fluorite with a chemical formula CaF2+(Y,Ce)F3. It is bluish red with isometric crystals and is named for the yttrium...
- didymium to be an element, under the impression that "ceria" (sometimes called cerite) isolated by Jöns Jakob Berzelius in 1803 was really a mixture of cerium...
- Cronstedt discovered a heavy mineral from the mine at Bastnäs, later named cerite. Thirty years later, the fifteen-year-old Vilhelm Hisinger, from the family...
- Samarium occurs with concentration up to 2.8% in several minerals including cerite, gadolinite, samarskite, mo****te and bastnäsite, the last two being the...
- Caryopilite C****iterite Cattierite Cavansite Celadonite Celestine Celsian Cerite Cerium Cerussite Cervandonite-(Ce) Cervantite Cesanite Cesbronite Chabazite...
- P3212, P3221 R32 156–161 Ditrigonal pyramidal 3m C3v *33 [3] polar schorl, cerite, tourmaline, alunite, lithium tantalate P3m1, P31m, P3c1, P31c R3m, R3c...
- Ceria, as isolated in 1803, contained all of the lanthanides present in the cerite ore from Bastnäs, Sweden, and thus only contained about 45% of what is now...
- gadolinium, but enough to show a spectrum) and in the separate mineral cerite. The latter mineral proved to contain far more of the element with the new...
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