molybdite


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molybdite

[mə′lib‚dīt]
(mineralogy)
MoO3 A mineral, much of which is actually ferrimolybdite. Also known as molybdic ocher; molybdine.
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Natural molybdenum oxides include molybdite (Mo[O.sub.3]) and tugarinovite (Mo[O.sub.2]).
Anderson, "Thermal reduction of molybdite and hematite in water and hydrogen peroxide-bearing solutions: Insights on redox conditions in Hydrothermal Diamond Anvil Cell (HDAC) experiments," Chemical Geology, vol.
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