Phosphorus vs Hagendorfite - What's the difference?

phosphorus | hagendorfite |


As a proper noun phosphorus

is a name sometimes used for hesperus, the personification in greek mythology of the planet venus.

As a noun hagendorfite is

(mineral) a monoclinic-prismatic greenish black mineral containing calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, phosphorus, and sodium.

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phosphorus

Noun

  • (chemistry) a chemical element (symbol P) with an atomic number of 15, that exists in several allotropic forms.
  • (obsolete) any substance exhibiting phosphorescence; a phosphor
  • Usage notes

    * Do not confuse phosphorus' with ' phosphorous , which is an adjective.

    Derived terms

    * Baldwin's phosphorus * Bolognian phosphorus * Bononian phosphorus * Canton's phosphorus * diphosphorus * foss, phos, phoss * fossy, phossy * Hittorf's phosphorus * Homberg's phosphorus * mercurial phosphorus * Montalbano's phosphorus * phosph-, phospho- * phosphane * phosphonium * phosphorate * phosphorent * phosphoreous * phosphoresce * phosphoriferous * phosphorite * phosphoro- * phosphorolysis * * phosphorus bottle * phosphorus cachexia * phosphorus chloride * phosphorus liver * phosphorus match * phosphorus necrosis * phosphorus oxybromide * phosphorus oxychloride * phosphorus paste * phosphorus pentabromide * phosphorus pentachloride * phosphorus pentafluoride * phosphorus pentasulfide, phosphorus pentasulphide * phosphorus pentoxide * phosphorus poisoning * phosphorus sesquisulfide, phosphorus sesquisulphide * phosphorus tribromide * phosphorus trichloride * phosphorus trifluoride * phosphorus trihydride * phosphorus triiodide * phosphoryl * phossy jaw * black phosphorus * red phosphorus * violet phosphorus * white phosphorus * yellow phosphorus

    See also

    * ADP * AMP * ATP * bone-ash * smoking stool syndrome ----

    hagendorfite

    English

    Noun

  • (mineral) A monoclinic-prismatic greenish black mineral containing calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, oxygen, phosphorus, and sodium.
  • References

    * Hagendorfite in the Mineralogy Database: [http://webmineral.com/data/Hagendorfite.shtml]