metallic element

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Synonyms for metallic element

any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc


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Which metallic element does the symbol Na represent?
When cooled and squeezed, the soft metallic element europium allows electrons to flow unfettered, scientists report online May 13 in Physical Review Letters.
Which metallic element gives bricks their red colour?
Although aluminum is the most abundant metallic element in Earth's crust, it is very rare in its free form and was once considered a precious metal more valuable than gold.
Witnesses described billows of smoke reaching about 200 feet high as emergency crews let the metallic element burn itself out, rather than apply water, which would only accelerate flames, Goldman said.
Bismuth is a metallic element, chiefly used in the form of its compounds, in pharmaceuticals and as metal in fusible (low-melting) alloys.
It's easy to make a statement in your dining room; try using the Norman Dining Table to fit infinite guests around this vintage galvanised metal top, but the metallic element certainly doesn't stop here.
Which metallic element takes its name from the Swedish for 'heavy stone'?
The lead here is not the metallic element, but is used in the sense of head-start--developing a drug from an already well known compound.
There, the metallic element rhodium collects the two electrons and delivers them to water molecules.
A spokesman said the presence of the metallic element was likely to have occurred naturally because of the granite found in the Wicklow Mountains.
For example:: If a gun contains the metallic element iron (atomic number 26), energy in passing X-rays collides with atoms inside the iron.
Aluminium is a strong, lightweight metallic element that has many applications.