antimony trioxide

noun
: a white crystalline compound Sb2O3 or Sb4O6 occurring native as valentinite and senarmontite, formed when antimony burns, and used chiefly as a source of other antimony compounds and as a pigment especially in fire-retardant paints — called also antimonious oxide

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