Definition of Gothites
1. gothite [n] - See also: gothite
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Literary usage of Gothites
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1. Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwallby Royal Institution of Cornwall by Royal Institution of Cornwall (1881)
"... Bismuth, Arsenic, and Tellurium groups ; and these are succeeded by the Iron group, where the magnificent red hematites from Cumberland, and gothites ..."
2. Journalby Royal Institution of Cornwall by Royal Institution of Cornwall (1881)
"... and these are succeeded fay the Iron group, where . the magnificent red hematites from Cumberland, and gothites and ..."
3. Elemente der Mineralogie von Dr. Carl Friedrich Naumann by Carl Friedrich Naumann (1871)
"Die derben, in grosseren Massen einbrechenden Varietäten des gothites liefern ein sehr brauchbares Eisenerz. An m. Zuerst hat r. ..."
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