Yttrium vs Micheelsenite - What's the difference?

yttrium | micheelsenite |


As nouns the difference between yttrium and micheelsenite

is that yttrium is yttrium while micheelsenite is (mineralogy) a hexagonal-pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, calcium, carbon, dysprosium, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and yttrium.

yttrium

Noun

(-)
  • A metallic chemical element (symbol Y) with an atomic number of 39.
  • Derived terms

    * diyttrium trioxide * gadolinium yttrium garnet * yttric * yttriferous * yttrious * yttrite * yttrium aluminium garnet, yttrium aluminum garnet * yttrium anhydrous chloride * yttrium barium copper oxide * yttrium fluoride * yttrium lithium fluoride * yttrium oxide * yttrium vanadate * yttro-

    See also

    * bastnasite ----

    micheelsenite

    English

    Noun

  • (mineralogy) A hexagonal-pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, calcium, carbon, dysprosium, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and yttrium.
  • References

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