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lith·o·pone

 (lĭth′ə-pōn′)
n.
A white pigment consisting of a mixture of zinc sulfide, zinc oxide, and barium sulfate.

[litho- + Greek ponos, toil, product; see (s)pen- in Indo-European roots.]

lithopone

(ˈlɪθəˌpəʊn)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a white pigment consisting of a mixture of zinc sulphide, zinc oxide, and barium sulphate
2. (Colours) a white pigment consisting of a mixture of zinc sulphide, zinc oxide, and barium sulphate
[C20: from litho- + Greek ponos work]

lith•o•pone

(ˈlɪθ əˌpoʊn)

n.
a white pigment consisting of zinc sulfide, barium sulfate, and some zinc oxide, used as a pigment and filler in the manufacture of paints, inks, leather, paper, linoleum, and face powders.
[1880–85; litho- + Greek pónos a work, structure]
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