Whewellite

Whewellite is a mineral, hydrated calcium oxalate, formula CaC2O4·H2O. Because of its organic content it is thought to have an indirect biological origin and this is supported by it being found in coal and sedimentary nodules. However, it has also been found in hydrothermal deposits where a biological source appears improbable. For this reason it...
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Whewellite

• (n.) Calcium oxalate, occurring in colorless or white monoclinic crystals.
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Whewellite

Whew'ell·ite noun [ So named after Prof. Whewell of Cambridge, England.] (Min.) Calcium oxalate, occurring in colorless or white monoclinic crystals.
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whewellite

Type: Term Pronunciation: wē′wel-īt Definitions: 1. A monohydrate of calcium oxalate; found in renal calculi.
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Whewellite

Whewellite, named after Professor William Whewell of Cambridge, England, is calcium oxalate, occurring in colourless or white monoclinic crystals.
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