molybdic


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mo·lyb·dic

(mō-lib'dik),
Denoting molybdenum in the 6+ state, as in MoO3.
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00 per pound, molybdic oxide prices in the mid-$20's per pound and gold prices at a 25-year high of more than $600 per ounce, we find ourselves at a unique time in our corporate history.
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