Definition of Mellite. Meaning of Mellite. Synonyms of Mellite

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Definition of Mellite

Mellite
Mellite Mel"lite, n. [L. mel, mellis, honey: cf. F. mellite.] (Min.) A mineral of a honey color, found in brown coal, and partly the result of vegetable decomposition; honeystone. It is a mellitate of alumina.

Meaning of Mellite from wikipedia

- Mellite, also called honeystone, is an unusual mineral being also an organic chemical. It is chemically identified as an aluminium salt of mellitic acid...
- and its anhydride, mellitic anhydride, are ****ociated with the mineral mellite (Al2C6(COO)6·16H2O). A slightly broader definition of organic compound...
- or /ˈmɛlɪtəs/) comes from the cl****ical Latin word mellītus, meaning "mellite" (i.e. sweetened with honey; honey-sweet). The Latin word comes from mell-...
- forming crusts on fractures. Early descriptions of organic minerals include mellite in 1793, humboldtine in 1821 and idrialite in 1832. In the proposed 10th...
- as calcite) or are organic compounds in the sense of chemistry (such as mellite). Moreover, living beings often synthesize inorganic minerals (such as...
- Mawsonite Mckelveyite-(Y) Meionite Melanophlogite Melanterite Melilite Mellite Melonite Mendipite Mendozite Meneghinite Mercury (As Solid) Mereheadite...
- hexafluorophosphate Choline chloride Copper ibuprofenate Homatropine methylbromide Mellite Tetrapropylammonium perruthenate Collidinium p-toluenesulfonate Pyridinium...
- acid first discovered in 1799 by Martin Heinrich Klaproth in the mineral mellite (honeystone), which is the aluminium salt of the acid. It crystallizes...
- by Pittheus, the maiden's daughter. In other traditions Meta was called Mellite. Pseudo-Apollodorus. Bibliotheca, Book 3.15.6 Athenaeus. Deipnosophists...
- acid, which is found in nature as its aluminium salt in the rare mineral mellite. Hexamethylbenzene can be used as a ligand in organometallic compounds...
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