Origin of hematite
OTHER WORDS FROM hematitehe·ma·tit·ic [hee-muh-tit-ik, hem-uh-], /ˌhi məˈtɪt ɪk, ˌhɛm ə-/, adjective
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How to use hematite in a sentence
An iron oxide called hematite improves tone, and acetylglucosamine, an enzyme derived from sugar, exfoliates for extra glow.
Ferruginous masses, probably consisting of brown hematite, come also from this island.
The ore used was from Bilbao, and known as the Ruby Mine, and was a good average hematite.
Papa says the Craven mines are remarkable, the new one with all that hematite is a fortune by itself.Helen Grant's Schooldays|Amanda M. Douglas
The streak of limonite is yellow, thus distinguishing it from hematite.
He takes the softest hematite, grinds it upon a porphyry slab; and then carefully elutriates it.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure