daubreeite

noun dau·bree·ite \ˈdȯbrēˌīt, dōˈbrāˌ-\
variants: or

daubreite

\ˈdȯbrēˌīt, dōˈbrāˌ-\

Definition of daubreeite

plural

-s

  1. :  a mineral BiO(OH,Cl) consisting of a yellowish earthy bismuth oxychloride

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Origin and Etymology of daubreeite

French daubréite, from Gabriel A. Daubrée †1896 French geologist and mineralogist + French -ite


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