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dysprosium definition

  • noun:
    • A soft, silvery rare-earth factor used in atomic research. Atomic number 66; atomic weight 162.50; melting point 1,407°C; boiling-point 2,600°C; specific gravity 8.536; valence 3. See dining table at factor.
    • A metallic substance element (expression Dy) with an atomic range 66.
    • An element of the uncommon earth-group. Expression Dy; at. wt., 162.5.
    • In chem., one of many supposedly distinct aspects of the yttrium group within samarskite and gadolinite, closely related to holmium, but distinguished from it by a unique absorption-spectrum.
    • a trivalent metallic part of the rare-earth group; types compounds which can be extremely magnetic
    • A soft, silvery rare-earth element used in atomic analysis. Atomic number 66; atomic fat 162.50; melting point 1,407°C; boiling point 2,600°C; specific gravity 8.536; valence 3. See dining table at factor.
    • A metallic chemical factor (image Dy) with an atomic range 66.
    • An element of the rare earth-group. Icon Dy; at. wt., 162.5.
    • In chem., one of many supposedly distinct elements of the yttrium team contained in samarskite and gadolinite, closely related to holmium, but distinguished from it by an unique absorption-spectrum.
    • a trivalent metallic part of the rare earth team; kinds compounds which can be very magnetized
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