sodian

Sodian - What does it mean?

sodian | |

Iodian vs Sodian - What's the difference?

iodian | sodian |


In mineralogy|lang=en terms the difference between iodian and sodian

is that iodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing iodine (especially when it replaces another element) while sodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

As adjectives the difference between iodian and sodian

is that iodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing iodine (especially when it replaces another element) while sodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

Sodian vs Sodion - What's the difference?

sodian | sodion |


As an adjective sodian

is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

As a noun sodion is

(archaic) a sodium ion.

Taxonomy vs Sodian - What's the difference?

taxonomy | sodian |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective sodian is

(mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

Mineral vs Sodian - What's the difference?

mineral | sodian |


As a noun mineral

is mineral.

As an adjective sodian is

(mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

Sodian vs Natrian - What's the difference?

sodian | natrian | Synonyms |

Sodian is a synonym of natrian.


In mineralogy|lang=en terms the difference between sodian and natrian

is that sodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium while natrian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

As adjectives the difference between sodian and natrian

is that sodian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium while natrian is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

What is the difference between sodian and sodium?

sodian | sodium | Derived terms |

Sodian is a derived term of sodium.


As a adjective sodian

is (mineralogy) describing minerals containing sodium.

As a noun sodium is

a soft, waxy, silvery reactive metal that is never found unbound in nature, and a chemical element (symbol na) with an atomic number of 11 and atomic weight of 2298977.