a mineral, originally thought to have been a diarsenide of cobalt, CoAs 2 , but which is actually a skutterudite rich in cobalt.
a silver-white to greyish mineral consisting chiefly of cobalt arsenide with nickel in cubic crystalline form. It occurs in veins associated with silver, nickel, and copper minerals, and is an important ore of cobalt and nickel. Formula: (Co,Ni)As3-x
noun, plural smaltos Italian, smalti [zmahl-tee] /ˈzmɑl ti/ (Show IPA) 1. colored glass or similar vitreous material used in mosaic. 2. a piece of this. noun (pl) -tos, -ti (-tiː) 1. coloured glass, etc, used in mosaics
noun, Rare. 1. emerald. noun 1. (archaic) any green gemstone, such as the emerald
adjective 1. of or relating to emeralds. 2. emerald-green in color. noun 3. Rare. smaragd.
noun, Mineralogy. 1. a green, foliated member of the amphibole group. noun 1. a green fibrous amphibole mineral