Decipium

De·cip'i·um noun [ New Latin , from Latin decipere to deceive.] (Chemistry) A supposed rare element, said to be associated with cerium, yttrium, etc., in the mineral samarskite, and more recently called samarium . Symbol Dp. See Samarium .
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decipium

<chemistry> A supposed rare element, said to be associated with cerium, yttrium, etc, in the mineral samarskite, and more recently called samarium. Symbol Dp. See Samarium. ... Origin: NL, fr. L. Decipere to deceive. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Decipium

• (n.) A supposed rare element, said to be associated with cerium, yttrium, etc., in the mineral samarskite, and more recently called samarium. Symbol Dp. See Samarium.
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Decipium

Decipium was the proposed name for a new chemical element isolated by Marc Delafontaine from the mineral samarskite. He published his discovery in 1878 and a followup paper in 1881. Later it was shown that decipium was a mixture of samarium and other rare earth elements. ...
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