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2C16082C16082C16082C16082C160844228Zinnwaldite Brown 🎨 RGB Color Code: #2C1608

The hexadecimal RGB code of Zinnwaldite Brown color is #2C1608. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 2C red (44/256), a 16 green (22/256) and a 08 blue component (8/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(44,22,8). Closest WebSafe color: Bulgarian rose (#330000)
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Zinnwaldite
Zinnwaldite, KLiFeAl(AlSi3)O10(OH,F)2, potassium lithium iron aluminium silicate hydroxide fluoride is a silicate mineral in the mica group. The IMA status
List of colors (compact)
Yellow Orange Yellow rose Yellow Sunshine YInMn Blue Zaffre Zebra White Zinnwaldite List of colors by shade Wikimedia Commons has media related to Colors
List of minerals
Zincmelanterite Zincobotryogen Zincochromite Zincolivenite Zinkenite Zinnwaldite Zippeite Zircon Zirconolite Zircophyllite Zirkelite Znucalite Zoisite
Tourmaline
tourmaline were the English words used for this mineral. Dravite, also called brown tourmaline, is the sodium magnesium rich tourmaline endmember. Uvite, in
Mica
Brittle micas: Margarite Common micas: Biotite Lepidolite Phlogopite Zinnwaldite Brittle micas: Clintonite Very fine-grained micas, which typically show
Phenyllithium
is colorless; however, solutions of phenyllithium are various shades of brown or red depending on the solvent used and the impurities present in the solute
Alkali metal
It occurs naturally in the minerals leucite, pollucite, carnallite, zinnwaldite, and lepidolite, although none of these contain only rubidium and no
Lithium iron phosphate
an inorganic compound with the formula LiFePO 4. It is a gray, red-grey, brown or black solid that is insoluble in water. The material has attracted attention
Index of chemistry articles
xenon Xenotime YBCO Ytterbium Yttria Yttrium Yuan T. Lee Zeolite Zinc Zinnwaldite Zircon Zirconium Zone melting Zyklon B Zymurgy See: Chemistry (etymology)
Amblygonite
Sugilite Tourmaline Triphylite ‚ÄČLiFePO4 Zabuyelite ‚ÄČLi2CO3 Zektzerite Zinnwaldite Hypothetical LixBey HLiHe+ LiFHeO LiHe2 (HeO)(LiF)2 La2/3-xLi3xTiO3He
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