Article - 3 Sep 2012
Yemen is located in the Middle East region and borders the Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, and the Red Sea, between Saudi Arabia and Oman.
Article - 6 Aug 2012
Paraguay has a total population of 7,025,763 as of July 2018 and a total area of 406.753km2. The climate of this country varies from subtropical to temperate.
Article - 20 Jul 2012
China is located between Vietnam and North Korea in Eastern Asia and borders South China Sea, Yellow Sea, Korea Bay and East China Sea.
Article - 29 Oct 2013
Cervelleite was named after Dr. Bernard Cervelle (1940– ), a French mineralogist associated with the University of Paris, France, for his work in ore microscopy.
Article - 16 Oct 2013
Calomel was named after two Greek words for beautiful and black. Although the mineral is white, the black refers to its reaction with ammonia, which gives a spectacular black coloration.
Article - 15 Oct 2013
Calcite was named after a Latin word ‘calx’ meaning burnt lime, which is an allusion to one of its important commercial use.
Article - 30 Sep 2013
Brucite is the mineral form of magnesium hydroxide first discovered in 1824 from the New Jersey, USA serpentine. The mineral was named after the American mineralogist, A. Bruce.
Article - 27 Sep 2013
Bromargyrite was named after BROMine and the Greek word ‘argyros’ meaning silver present in its composition.
Article - 7 Sep 2013
Biehlite was named after Dr. Friedrich Karl Biehl (1887–), a mineralogist, associated with the Westfalische- Wilhelms University, Munster, Germany, who worked on an early dissertation on the Tsumeb...
Article - 2 Aug 2013
Arseniosiderite was named by Pierre Armand Petit Dufrenoy in 1842 after the mineral's key elements arsenic and iron ("sideros" in Greek). It belongs to the mitridatite group.