kalkowskite

noun kal·kow·skite \ kalˈkȯfˌskīt \

Definition of kalkowskite

plural -s
: a mineral Fe2Ti3O9(?) consisting of an oxide of iron and titanium and usually containing small amounts of rare-earth elements, niobium, and tantalum

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Origin and Etymology of kalkowskite

German kalkowskyn (irregular from E. L. Kalkowsky †1938 German mineralogist + German -in -ine) + English -ite


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