The acid of vitriol being poured on aurum fulminans likewise deprives it of its fulminating quality.
It was collected every four years, whence the aurum lustrale.
The basis of these is said to be aurum musivum, or bisulphide of tin.
By stirring gold-coloured mica spangles or talc, or aurum musivum, into the melted resins just before they begin to cool.
Nothing can be more unlike than gold, χρυσος, and aurum; than silver and argentum; than ferrum and σιδηρος.
You would have a peep at my aurum potabiles in dat little casket—my multum in parvo?
Neve aurum addito, ast quoi auro dentes vincti erunt, im cum illo sepelire et utere, se fraude esto.
Mel was an experienced jetmariner who had gone on the Swift expedition to aurum City, the underwater ruins of a lost civilization.
The basis of this preparation is the aurum musivum, or bisulphuret of tin.
He calls it aurum volatile, and speaks of its being useful in medicine.
aurum au·rum (ôr'əm)