Fluorine vs Simmonsite - What's the difference?

fluorine | simmonsite |


As nouns the difference between fluorine and simmonsite

is that fluorine is (uncountable) the chemical element (symbol f) with an atomic number of 9 while simmonsite is (mineralogy) a monoclinic-prismatic pale buff cream mineral containing aluminum, fluorine, lithium, and sodium.

fluorine

English

Noun

(wikipedia fluorine)
  • (uncountable) The chemical element (symbol F) with an atomic number of 9.
  • (chemistry, countable) A fluorine atom.
  • an octahedron of fluorines

    Derived terms

    * fluorian * fluo- * fluor-, fluoro- * fluoride * fluorinate * fluorination * * * fluorine dating * fluorine method * fluorine oxide * fluorine test

    See also

    *

    simmonsite

    English

    Noun

  • (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic pale buff cream mineral containing aluminum, fluorine, lithium, and sodium.
  • References

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