A soft, orthorhombic hydrocarbon mineral, usually greenish-yellow to light brown in colour with bluish fluorescence.
Origin: Idria, Slovenia, where it can be found, and -ite.
a bituminous substance obtained from the mercury mines of Idria, where it occurs mixed with cinnabar
Origin: [Cf. F. idrialine.]
Idrialite, or idrialine, is a soft, orthorhombic hydrocarbon mineral with chemical formula: C22H14. It is usually greenish yellow to light brown in colour with bluish fluorescence. Raman spectroscopy studies indicate that it may be a mixture of complex hydrocarbons including benzonaphthothiophenes and dinaphthothiophenes.
The numerical value of idrialite in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of idrialite in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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