Vanadium vs Nagashimalite - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between vanadium and nagashimalite

is that vanadium is vanadium (symbol: v) while nagashimalite is (mineralogy) an orthorhombic-dipyramidal greenish black mineral containing barium, boron, chlorine, hydrogen, oxygen, silicon, titanium, and vanadium.

vanadium

English

Noun

(wikipedia vanadium) (-)
  • A chemical element, (symbol V) with an atomic number of 23; it is a transition metal, used in the production of special steels.
  • Synonyms

    * panchromium (name proposed by the mineralogist ) * rionium (name proposed by the geologist )

    Derived terms

    * ferrovanadium * vanadate * vanadian * vanadiate * vanadic * vanadinite * vanadious * vanadite * * * vanadium-associated protein * vanadium bromoperoxidase * vanadium carbide * vanadium carbonyl * vanadium chloride * vanadium chromagen * vanadium dichloride * vanadium dioxide * vanadium oxide * vanadium oxytrichloride * vanadium pentachloride * vanadium pentoxide * vanadium steel * vanadium sulfide, vanadium sulphide * vanadium tetrachloride * vanadium tetraoxide * vanadium trichloride * vanadium trioxide * vanadium trisulfate, vanadium trisulphate * vanadocyte * vanadous * vanadyl

    See also

    * carnotite * patronite ----

    nagashimalite

    English

    Noun

  • (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal greenish black mineral containing barium, boron, chlorine, hydrogen, oxygen, silicon, titanium, and vanadium.
  • References

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