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.
(uncountable) The chemical element (symbol F) with an atomic number of 9.
(chemistry, countable) A fluorine atom.
- an octahedron of fluorines
* fluor-, fluoro-
* fluorine dating
* fluorine method
* fluorine oxide
* fluorine test
(mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic pale buff cream mineral containing aluminum, fluorine, lithium, and sodium.
* Simmonsite in the Mineralogy Database: [http://webmineral.com/data/Simmonsite.shtml]