Zinnwaldite 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, KLiFeAl(AlSi3)O10(OH,F)2, potassium lithium iron aluminium silicate hydroxide fluoride is a silicate mineral in the mica group. The IMA status
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tourmaline were the English words used for this mineral. Dravite, also called brown tourmaline, is the sodium magnesium rich tourmaline endmember. Uvite, in
Brittle micas: Margarite Common micas: Biotite Lepidolite Phlogopite Zinnwaldite Brittle micas: Clintonite Very fine-grained micas, which typically show
also found in brown dwarf substellar objects and certain anomalous orange stars. Because lithium is present in cooler, less-massive brown dwarfs, but is
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
xenon Xenotime YBCO Ytterbium Yttria Yttrium Yuan T. Lee Zeolite Zinc Zinnwaldite Zircon Zirconium Zone melting Zyklon B Zymurgy See: Chemistry (etymology)
Alloys and Compounds. 329 (1–2): 108–114. doi:10.1016/S0925-8388(01)01570-5. Brown, H. C. (1951). "Reductions by Lithium Aluminum Hydride". Organic Reactions
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