erythrite

erythrite

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Érythrite — Catégorie VIII : phosphates, arséniates, vanadates[1] Érythrite Bou Azzer Maroc (5.5x4.5 cm ; XX 1.7 cm) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Erythrite — crystals General Category Arsenate mineral Chemical formula …   Wikipedia

  • Erythrite — Érythrite Érythrite Catégorie VIII : phosphates, arséniates, vanadates Érythrite Bou Azzer Maroc (5.5x4.5cm; XX1.7cm) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Erythrite — E*ryth rite, n. [Gr. eryqro s red.] 1. (Chem.) A colorless crystalline substance, {C4H6.(OH)4}, of a sweet, cooling taste, extracted from certain lichens, and obtained by the decomposition of erythrin; called also {erythrol}, {erythroglucin},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • erythrite — [er′i thrīt΄] n. [ ERYTHR(O) + ITE1] 1. ERYTHRITOL 2. a reddish or pinkish, very soft, monoclinic mineral, Co3 (AsO4) 2·8H2O, that usually forms as a crust near cobalt deposits; hydrous cobalt arsenate: cf. ANNABERGITE …   English World dictionary

  • erythrite — /i rith ruyt, er euh thruyt /, n. 1. a mineral, hydrous cobalt arsenate, Co3As2O8·8H2O, occurring as a powdery, usually red incrustation on cobalt minerals; cobalt bloom. 2. erythritol. [1835 45; ERYTHR + ITE1] * * * ▪ mineral also called  Cobalt …   Universalium

  • ÉRYTHRITE (chimie) — ÉRYTHRITE, chimie Polyol de formule:CH2OH CHOH CHOH CH2OH. Masse moléculaire: 122,12 g. Masse spécifique: 1,45 g/cm3. Point de fusion: 119 120 0C. Point d’ébullition: 331 0C. Corps polymorphe, cristallisé à partir de ses solutions aqueuses,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • erythrite — noun Date: 1844 a usually rose colored mineral consisting of a hydrous cobalt arsenate occurring especially in monoclinic crystals …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • erythrite — noun Red cobalt, a secondary hydrated arsenate of cobalt minerals with the formula (Co(AsO)·8HO) …   Wiktionary

  • érythrite — (entrée créée par le supplément) (é ri tri t ) s. f. Terme de chimie. Principe sucré naturel, analogue à la glycérine …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

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