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yttrotantalite

[ i-troh-tan-tl-ahyt ]
/ ˌɪ troʊˈtæn tlˌaɪt /
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noun
a mineral, tantalite and niobate of yttrium and various elements, as iron, and cerium, occurring in the form of brown-black crystals.
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Origin of yttrotantalite

1800–10; yttro- (combining form of yttrium) + tantalite

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