siderotil

noun sid·er·o·til \ˈsidərəˌtil\

Definition of siderotil

plural

-s

  1. :  a mineral FeSO4.5H2O consisting of hydrous ferrous sulfate

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Origin and Etymology of siderotil

German siderotyl, from sider- + -tyl (irregular from Greek tilos anything plucked, fiber, from tillein to pluck)


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