bismuthinite[biz´mʌ:uə¸nait] n хим. бисмутов сулфид, вид бисмутова руда.

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  • bismuthinite — noun A soft bismuth sulfide mineral, an important ore for bismuth …   Wiktionary

  • bismuthinite — bis·muth·in·ite …   English syllables

  • bismuthinite — /bɪzˈmʌθənaɪt/ (say biz muthuhnuyt) noun a mineral, bismuth sulphide, Bi2S3, occurring in lead coloured masses; an ore of bismuth …  

  • bismuthinite — ˈbizməthə̇ˌnīt, ˈbism , məthə̇ˌ ; (ˈ)biz|mə , myü noun ( s) Etymology: bismuthine + ite : a mineral Bi2S3 consisting of native bismuth sulfide usually in foliated or fibrous masses of lead gray color and metallic luster * * * /biz muth euh nuyt …   Useful english dictionary

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