iron oxide

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iron oxide

n.
Any of various oxides of iron, such as ferric oxide or ferrous oxide.

fer′ric ox′ide



n.
a red crystalline compound, Fe2O3, used as a pigment, mordant, and coating for magnetic tape.
[1880–85]
Translations
raudoksiid
rautaoksidi

iron oxide

nossido di ferro
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Black sand, which comes from volcanic soil, is being mined for magnetite, a naturally-occurring oxide of iron that has wide applications.
Neither the water nor the gases which rise from it emit any smell, and save the oxide of iron referred to, nothing is discoverable which may he considered in any way remarkable, or which can account for the curative properties which it is said to possess.
Iron rust is a typical oxide of iron, and its properties are obviously very different from those of metal.