Translation for 'molybdenite' from English to Russian
NOUN   a molybdenite | molybdenites
молибденит {м} [MoS2]
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Translation for 'molybdenite' from English to Russian

молибденит {м} [MoS2]минерал.
Usage Examples English
  • Inside the park is also a placement of an abandoned molybdenite mine, an interesting example of industrial archeology.
  • Rheniite has also been reported in the Pagoni Rachi Mo–Cu–Te–Ag–Au deposit in northeastern Greece where it occurs with molybdenite in quartz veins associated with an epithermal system in a dacite porphyry.
  • Molybdenite—the principal ore from which molybdenum is now extracted—was previously known as molybdena, which was confused with and often implemented as though it were graphite.
  • Minerals found in association with powellite include molybdenite, ferrimolybdite, stilbite, laumontite and apophyllite.
  • Rheniite, a rhenium sulfide mineral (ReS2), was discovered in active hot fumaroles on Kudriavy volcano and first described in 2004. In the field it was originally mistaken for molybdenite.

  • Ore-containing minerals: formality, molybdenite, wolframite.
  • of molybdenite was discovered at Wolfram. This was said to contain some of the finest specimens of molybdenite discovered in Australia.
  • The mill is representative of an uncommon mining practice in north Queensland, that of rare mineral mining of molybdenite and bismuth.
  • Both copper sulfides and molybdenite are separated from the gangue by froth flotation.
  • Associated minerals include antlerite, molybdenite, powellite, brochantite, chrysocolla, iron oxides and quartz.

  • Associated minerals include: molybdenite, pyrite and chalcopyrite.
  • Multilayer molybdenite flakes are semiconductors with an indirect bandgap.
  • The deposit is a porphyry-type deposit consisting of a stockwork of small veins of molybdenite in rhyolite porphyries of Tertiary age that intrude into Precambrian Silver Plume granite.
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