Glucinum

• (n.) A rare metallic element, of a silver white color, and low specific gravity (2.1), resembling magnesium. It never occurs naturally in the free state, but is always combined, usually with silica or alumina, or both; as in the minerals phenacite, chrysoberyl, beryl or emerald, euclase, and danalite. It was named from its oxide glucina, whi...
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glucinum

<chemistry> A rare metallic element, of a silver white colour, and low specific gravity (2.1), resembling magnesium. It never occurs naturally in the free state, but is always combined, usually with silica or alumina, or both; as in the minerals phenacite, chrysoberyl, beryl or emerald, euclase, and danalite. It was named from its oxide gluci...
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Glucinum

Glu·ci'num noun [ Confer French glucinium , glycium , from Greek ..., sweet. Confer Glycerin .] (Chemistry) A rare metallic element, of a silver white color, and low specific gravity (2.1), resembling magnesium. It never occurs naturally in the free state, but is always comb...
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Glucinum

Beryllium
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Glucinum

Glucinum is an old name for Beryllium.
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