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Definition of "haematite" [hæm•a•tite]

  • Alternative spelling of hematite. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "haematite" in a sentence
  • "Alternatively, the fire screen is created in haematite (black steel) plate, possessing the attribute of projecting shadow, even when the fire is extinguished or the light source removed; running on its shadow."
  • "This substance, also called haematite, has some practical use as an adhesive."
  • "We saw several miners, who told us that they got the ore (known as haematite, or iron oxide) at a depth of from 90 to 100 yards, working by candle-light, and that they received about 2s. 6d. per ton as the product of their labour."