[ wool-fruh-mahyt, vawl- ]
/ ˈwʊl frəˌmaɪt, ˈvɔl- /
a mineral, iron manganese tungstate, (Fe,Mn)WO4, occurring in heavy grayish-black to brownish-black tabular or bladed crystals: an important ore of tungsten.
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Before the war nearly half of the world's supply of tungsten ore (wolframite) came from Burma.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
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/ (ˈwʊlfrəˌmaɪt) /
a black to reddish-brown mineral consisting of tungstates of iron and manganese in monoclinic crystalline form: it occurs mainly in quartz veins and is the chief ore of tungsten. Formula: (Fe,Mn)WO 4
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