Rare-earth



noun, Chemistry.
1.
the oxide of any of the rare-earth elements contained in various minerals.
noun
1.
any oxide of a lanthanide
2.
Also called rare-earth element another name for lanthanide

rare earth n.
See lanthanide.

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