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Definition of Malachite
MalachiteMalachite Mal"a*chite, n. [Fr. Gr. ? a mallow, from its
resembling the green color of the leaf of mallows: cf. F.
malachite. Cf. Mallow.] (Min.)
Native hydrous carbonate of copper, usually occurring in
green mammillary masses with concentric fibrous structure.
Note: Green malachite, or malachite proper, admits of a high
polish, and is sometimes used for ornamental work. Blue
malachite, or azurite, is a related species of a deep
Malachite green. See Emerald green, under Green, n.
Meaning of Malachite from wikipedia
is a copper carbonate hydroxide
mineral, with the formula
Cu2CO3 (OH)2. This opaque, green-banded mineral crystallizes
in the monoclinic
- Malachite green
is an organic compound
that is used as a dyestuff
as an antimicrobial
in aquaculture. Malachite green
is a carbonate
may also refer
(color) Italian submarine Malachite
" (song), a 2006 song...
- two basic
minerals, the other being bright green malachite
. Simple copper carbonate
(CuCO3) is not known
in nature. Azurite...
- The malachite kingfisher
(Corythornis cristatus) is a river kingfisher which
is widely distributed
in Africa south
of the Sahara. It is largely
- The malachite sunbird
(Nectarinia famosa) is a small nectarivorous
from the highlands
of Ethiopia southwards
Africa. They pollinate...
- The Malachite
Room of the Winter
Palace, St Petersburg, was designed
in the late 1830s by the architect Alexander Briullov
for use a formal
- (Russian: Хозяйка медной горы, tr. Hozjajka mednoj
gory), also known
as The Malachite
Maid, is a legendary creature
from Slavic mythology
and a Russian
was in 1892. Malachite
, also called malachite
green, is a color
that is a representation
of the color
of the mineral malachite
. The first
Peak is a 6,261-foot (1,908-metre) mountain summit located
5.5 mi (8.9 km) south
of Skykomish, in eastern
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