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Graebeite

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An organic compound found as brick-red smears in shale from a coal mine in Saxony, Germany. Has been identified as a mixture of two polyhydroxyanthraquinones, Graebeite-α and Graebeite-β.

Classification of Graebeite

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Other Names for Graebeite

Other Languages:
German:Graebeit
Spanish:Graebeita

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