Definition of Kryolith

1. cryolite [n -S] - See also: cryolite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kryolith

krummhorn
krummhorns
krump
krumper
krumpers
krumping
krunk
krupkaite
krupuk
krutaite
krutovite
krymo-
kryolite
kryolites
kryolith (current term)
kryoliths
krypses
krypsis
krypton
krypton radioisotopes
kryptonite
kryptons
kryptopyrrole
kryptopyrroles
krytron
krytrons
kryzhanovskite
ksar
ksars

Literary usage of Kryolith

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1. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"THE Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company, manufacturing chemists and importers of kryolith, No. 115, Chestnut-street, Philadelphia, is one of the most ..."

2. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1898)
"kryolith is also used as a flux in the electrolytic reduction of alumina and in the production of kryolith glass. ..."

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