cylindrite

noun cyl·in·drite \ˈsilə̇nˌdrīt, sə̇ˈlin-\

Definition of cylindrite

plural

-s

  1. :  a mineral Pb3Sn4Sb2S14 consisting of sulfur, lead, antimony, and tin and being dark gray with metallic luster

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Origin and Etymology of cylindrite

International Scientific Vocabulary cylindr- + -ite; originally formed as German kylindrit


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