Definition of Smithsonites
1. smithsonite [n] - See also: smithsonite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smithsonites
Literary usage of Smithsonites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. First Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Northern Countries of by David Dale Owen (1858)
"... 16, 17, and 18, crystallized smithsonites from Altenberg, near Aachen; 19 and 20, crystallized, green smithsonite from the " Herrenberg," near Aachen; ..."
2. A Popular Guide to Minerals by Louis Pope Gratacap (1912)
"The smithsonites (Xos. 1893-8365) are less interesting than associated species, but present, in the usual way, a feast of colors, especially from Laurium, ..."
3. A Popular Guide to Minerals by Louis Pope Gratacap (1912)
"8260, countersigned by Dr. Kunz, as the "King of all the Rhodas," though to our thinking 8272 easily surpasses it. The smithsonites (Nos. ..."
4. Production and Properties of Zinc: A Treatise on the Occurrence and by Walter Renton Ingalls (1902)
"These varieties are not often well defined, usually merging into one another by indefinite gradations. Thus there are many smithsonites which are both ..."
5. Metallurgy: A Brief Outline of the Modern Processes for Extracting the More by Wilhelm Borchers, William Thomas Hall, Carle Reed Hayward (1911)
"... is found, as a rule, only with the smithsonites of Silesia and of North America. Other Sources: The zinc dust formed in working up zinc ores containing ..."