Definition of Zincite. Meaning of Zincite. Synonyms of Zincite

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Definition of Zincite

Zincite
Zincite inc"ite, n. (Min.) Native zinc oxide; a brittle, translucent mineral, of an orange-red color; -- called also red zinc ore, and red oxide of zinc.

Meaning of Zincite from wikipedia

- Zincite is the mineral form of zinc oxide (ZnO). Its crystal form is rare in nature; a notable exception to this is at the Franklin and Sterling Hill...
- surface of one of the zincite crystals. When a sensitive spot was located, the arm was locked in place with the set****. Multiple zincite pieces were provided...
- conductors, and first-aid tapes. Although it occurs naturally as the mineral zincite, most zinc oxide is produced synthetically. Early humans probably used...
- Chabazite Goosecr****ite Natrolite Scolecite Stellerite Stilbite Thomsonite Zincite Zinnwaldite Zircon Jacinth (var.) Zoisite Tanzanite (var.) Thulite (var...
- are fluorescent. More commonly, it occurs with willemite, calcite, and zincite. In these rocks, it forms as disseminated small black crystals with their...
- the manufacturing of radio detectors. The result was astonishing: with a zincite (zinc oxide) crystal he gained amplification. This was a negative resistance...
- Zinc ore from the Sterling Hill Mine. Red = zincite, black = franklinite, white = calcite. Specimen is 6.3 cm wide....
- E900 Zirconium silicate Zircon Zircon, zirconium orthosilicate Zinc oxide Zincite Zinc white, calamine, philosopher's wool, Chinese white, flowers of zinc...
- Zhanghengite Zhangpeishanite Zharchikhite Zhemchuzhnikovite Ziesite Zimbabweite Zincite Zinclipscombite Zincmelanterite Zincobotryogen Zincochromite Zincolivenite...
- The mineral ****ociation (****emblage) from Franklin includes willemite, zincite and franklinite. During the mid-to-late 19th century the furnace was the...