Definition of Iodyrite

1. n. Silver iodide, a mineral of a yellowish color.



Definition of Iodyrite

1. Noun. (minerology) silver iodide ¹

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Definition of Iodyrite

1. a silver mineral [n -S]

Medical Definition of Iodyrite

1. Silver iodide, a mineral of a yellowish colour. Origin: From Iodine. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iodyrite

iodotyrosine
iodotyrosine deiodase
iodotyrosine deiodinase defect
iodous
iodous acid
iodoxamate meglumine
iodoxamic acid
iodoxol
iodoxole
iodoxols
iodoxybenzoic
iodoxybenzoic acid
ioduret
iodurets
ioduria
iodyrite (current term)
iodyrites
ioglycamic acid
iohexol
iolite
iolites
iometer
ion
ion-selective electrode
ion-selective electrodes
ion-selective membrane
ion beam
ion carrier
ion channel
ion channel gating

Literary usage of Iodyrite

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1. A Dictionary of the Names of Minerals Including Their History and Etymology by Albert Huntington Chester (1896)
"The name was soon dropped by the author. An alkaline sulphide, thought to have been detected in the Bishopville meteorite. iodyrite. /. ..."

2. Manual of Determinative Mineralogy with an Introduction on Blowpipe Analysis by George Jarvis Brush (1898)
"iodyrite Type. This group is characterized by having a vertical axis of hexagonal symmetry ... 212 of the rare mineral iodyrite, and Fig. 213 of zincite. ..."

3. The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana, 1837-1868: Descriptive Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana, Edward Salisbury Dana (1920)
"... ец - 25° 19' № = 35 22' eg - 54 50' ci = 62° 9 <•/ = 70' 36' eu = 75 12' oo' = 40° 12' if = .V>° 281' UM' =r 57° 4l.» iodyrite is ..."

4. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1903)
"With more I there will be a separation of iodyrite (hexagonal crystals) on solidification; but with more I it is also possible to have intergrowths of ..."

5. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1917)
"A "sand" from porous oxidized ore from the Mizpah vein between the 400 and 500 foot levels carries yellowish iodyrite and a yellowish- green haloid without ..."

6. A Dictionary of the Names of Minerals Including Their History and Etymology by Albert Huntington Chester (1896)
"An alkaline sulphide, thought to have been detected in the Bishopville meteorite. iodyrite. /. D. Dana, 1854, Dana Min., 95, f. the earlier name indite, ..."

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