Significado de gaylussite en en Inglés

gaylussite

Pronunciación /ɡeɪˈlʌsʌɪt/ /ˈɡeɪləsʌɪt/

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Mineralogy
  • A carbonate mineral found as white or yellowish crystals and associated chiefly with evaporite deposits formed from freshwater lakes.

    Gaylussite is a double carbonate of sodium and calcium, Na₂Ca(CO₃)₂.5H₂O. Crystal system: monoclinic.

Origen

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Brande's Journal. From French gaylussite from Gay-Luss- (in the name of J.-L. Gay-Lussac) + -ite.