Definition of Mosander
1. Noun. Swedish chemist who discovered rare earth elements (1797-1858).
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Literary usage of Mosander
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1. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1869)
"(mosander.) Similar resulta have been obtained by Popp (Ann. Ch. Fharm. cxxxi. 179), who moreover finds that the absorption-spectrum of an erbium-solution ..."
2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"The cerium remains precipitated as the yellow hydrated dioxide, whilst the other hydroxides are dissolved (mosander). Various methods have been proposed ..."
3. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1826)
"M. mosander on the Precipitation of Magnesia by Ci nate of Soda. During the analysis of a new species of noble serpentine, M. mosander made an observation ..."
4. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Sir David Brewster (1826)
"M. mosander on the Precipitation of Magnesia by Carbonate of Soda. •' ; During the analysis of a new species of noble serpentine, M. mosander made an ..."
5. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1893)
"mosander for separating Er, Y, and Di, as the latter also form« an ... mosander and Delafontaine employ for separation the partial solubility of the ..."
6. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1849)
"(mosander.) IT Absorbs carbonic acid from the air with great rapidity, ... 1Í According to mosander, ammonia precipitates from the solutions of lanthanum, ..."
7. A System of Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent Discoveries: Comprising by James Dwight Dana (1850)
"SrO-44, §i 1-88 =100, mosander. 22-86=99-98, Kendall. ... Mg 1 '94, Y* and Ôe 0-58, Si 0-07=99-13, mosander. 27-23, Ôa 0-96, Mg 2-30, Mn 0'21, or 0-12, ..."