pompholyx pom·pho·lyx (pŏm'fə-lĭks')
But pompholyx produced from copper stone (lapide aeroso) after some time becomes green.
But pompholyx is fatty, unctuous, white and light enough to fly in the air.
The pompholyx and spodos were largely zinc oxide (see note, p. 394).
Agricola discusses the pompholyx from cadmia at length and pronounces it to be of remarkably "corrosive" quality.
What is the character of the subjective symptoms in pompholyx?
pompholyx adheres to the walls in white ashes, and to the sides of the furnace adheres spodos.
pompholyx and spodos were impure zinc oxides (see note 26, p. 394).
Several names have been given to these flowers, such as pompholyx, Philosophic Wool.
They amply describe cadmia produced in copper furnaces, and pompholyx (zinc oxide).
pompholyx is a rare disease of the skin of a vesicular and bullous character, and limited to the hands and feet.