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Definition of Terbia
1. an oxide of terbium [n -S]
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Literary usage of Terbia
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1. Select Methods in Chemical Analysis: (chiefly Inorganic) by William Crookes (1886)
"After repeated fractional precipitations I at last succeeded in obtaining a mixture of yttria and terbia of a golden colour, which gave a very brilliant ..."
2. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1869)
"The characters of terbium-oxide or terbia are not described by Mosander; but its salts ... Hence Popp concludes that the supposed earths, erbia and terbia, ..."
3. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1864)
"... been confounded under the name of yttria: to the more abundant of these he gives the name of yttria; the other two he distinguishes as erbia and terbia ..."
4. Qualitative Chemical Analysis: A Guide in Qualitative Work, with Data for by Albert Benjamin Prescott, Otis Coe Johnson (1901)
"It is quite probable that terbia is a mixture of rare earths (Boisbaudran, С. г., 188G, 102, 153, 395, 483 and 899). §168. Thallium. Tl = 204.15 . ..."
5. Works of the Cavendish Society by Cavendish Society, London (1849)
"The first contain the largest quantity of erbia xed with terbia and yttria; the next, chiefly terbia contaminated with bia and yttria; and the last, ..."