auric chloride, Terchloride of gold, Trichloride of gold, Auri chloridum.
The principle of auric colors holds good on all the many planes of being and existence—high as well as low.
Aur′ated, gold-coloured: compounded with auric acid; Aur′eate, gilded: golden.
auric iodide, Tri-iodide of gold, Gold teriodide, Auri iodum.
Green powder, somewhat soluble in potassium hydrate solution, and readily decomposing into metallic gold and auric oxide.
They are soluble in water and give characteristic precipitates with platinic and auric chlorides, and with potassium ferrocyanide.
In some cases these thought forms survive in the auric body for some little time, and then gradually fade away.
I have explained these auric colors, and their meanings, in my little book entitled "The Human Aura."
Each mental state, or emotional manifestation, has its own particular shade or combination of shades of auric coloring.
There are two distinct features connected with the auric coloring of every person.
auric au·ric (ôr'ĭk)
Of, relating to, derived from, or containing gold, especially with valence 3.