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Synonyms for helium

a very light colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses

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The helium advantage gave the United States a big edge in the dirigible race.
In ordinary liquid helium, helium-4, superfluidity was discovered in the 1930s by Russian physicist Peter Kapitza (for which he was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1978).
Elekta's zero helium boil-off technology is a work-in-progress and is not available for sale or distribution in all countries.
The Big Piney helium facility liquefies and purifies a helium feedgas stream that is supplied by Denbury Resources Riley Ridge gas processing plant.
That requirement disqualifies most massive stars, which typically haw temperatures lower than 50,000 kelvins and can't radiate enough energy to strip helium atoms of both of their electrons, notes Donald R.
Since helium is lighter than regular air, it vibrates faster, creating faster-moving sound waves.
November 2015: The new Helium 3 plant, which is expected to produce up to 0.
st] consecutive year that Linde has supplied the helium to fill the balloon that have thrilled young and old around the world," said Pat Murphy, President, Linde Americas.
The new Helium 3 plant which is expected to produce up to 0.
com, Helium allows you to ditch paper planners in favor of a modern organizational website with a sleek and easy-to-use interface.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 Unlike other industrial gases, helium cannot be harvested from atmospheric air.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for operating and maintaining the Federal Helium Reserve and providing enriched crude helium to private refiners.
I have this one little saying, when things get too heavy just call me helium, the lightest known gas to man.
Moscow Experts Dispute Claims That The US Has The World's Largest Reserves Of Helium, Saying Russia Holds The Biggest Wealth Of This Inert Gas