Definition for CA-ME'LE-ON-MIN-ER-AL

CA-ME'LE-ON-MIN-ER-AL, n. [See Chameleon.]

A compound of pure potash and black oxyd of manganese, fused together, whose solution in water, at first green, passes spontaneously through the whole series of colored rays to the red; and by the addition of potash, it returns to its original green. – Ure.

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