Found 4 items, similar to Mineral.
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adj 1: relating to minerals; “mineral elements”
; “mineral deposits”
2: of or containing or derived from minerals; “a mineral
; “mineral water”
3: composed of matter other than plant or animal; “the
inorganic mineral world”
n : solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature
having a definite chemical composition
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, n. [F. min['e]ral, LL. minerale, fr. minera
mine. See Mine
, v. i.]
1. An inorganic species or substance occurring in nature,
having a definite chemical composition and usually a
distinct crystalline form. Rocks, except certain glassy
igneous forms, are either simple minerals or aggregates of
2. A mine. [Obs.] --Shak.
3. Anything which is neither animal nor vegetable, as in the
most general classification of things into three kingdoms
(animal, vegetable, and mineral).
1. Of or pertaining to minerals; consisting of a mineral or
of minerals; as, a mineral substance.
2. Impregnated with minerals; as, mineral waters.
(Chem.), inorganic acids, as sulphuric,
nitric, phosphoric, hydrochloric, acids, etc., as
distinguished from the organic acids
, the name usually given to azurite, when
reduced to an impalpable powder for coloring purposes.
, a candle made of paraffin.
, an elastic mineral pitch, a variety of
bitumen, resembling caoutchouc in elasticity and softness.
, and Elaterite
(Chem.) See Chameleon mineral
. See under Charcoal
. See Mineral wool
, a green carbonate of copper; malachite.
(Nat. Sci.), that one of the three grand
divisions of nature which embraces all inorganic objects,
as distinguished from plants or animals.
. See Naphtha
, and Petroleum
, a pigment made chiefly of some natural
mineral substance, as red or yellow iron ocher.
. See Bitumen
, and Asphalt
, the right of taking minerals from land.
(Chem.), a salt of a mineral acid.
, a familiar name for hatchettite
, from its
fatty or spermaceti-like appearance.
. See under Water
. See Ozocerite
, a fibrous wool-like material, made by blowing
a powerful jet of air or steam through melted slag. It is
a poor conductor of heat.