Platiniridium



[plat-n-i-rid-ee-uh m, -ahy-rid-] /ˌplæt n ɪˈrɪd i əm, -aɪˈrɪd-/

noun
1.
a natural alloy composed chiefly of and .
/ˌplætɪnɪˈrɪdɪəm/
noun
1.
any alloy of platinum and iridium: used in jewellery, electrical contacts, and hypodermic needles

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