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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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