liveingite

noun live·ing·ite \ˈliviŋˌīt, ˈlīv-\

Definition of liveingite

plural

-s

  1. :  a mineral Pb5As8S17 consisting of a sulfide of arsenic and lead

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Origin and Etymology of liveingite

George D. Liveing †1924, English chemist + English -ite


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