1540s, haematites, from Middle French hematite (16c.), from Latin haematites, from Greek haimatites lithos "bloodlike stone," from haima (genitive haimatos) "blood" (see -emia). Earlier as emachite (late 14c.).
1. Iron ores of greatest economic interest contain magnetite and hematite.
2. It'sensed a mineral called hematite that often forms under wet conditions.
3. These are sold as a set pressed hematite metal magnets.
4. Factors influencing the electrical coagulation process of hematite and quartz are described.
5. It'sense d a mineral called hematite that forms under wet conditions.