chemical element


chemical element
noun
any of the more than 100 known substances (of which 92 occur naturally) that cannot be separated into simpler substances and that singly or in combination constitute all matter
Syn: ↑element
Hypernyms: ↑substance
Hyponyms:
allotrope, ↑transuranic element, ↑noble gas, ↑inert gas, ↑argonon, ↑metallic element, ↑metal, ↑nonmetal, ↑transactinide, ↑actinium, ↑Ac, ↑atomic number 89, ↑argon, ↑Ar, ↑atomic number 18, ↑arsenic, ↑As, ↑atomic number 33, ↑astatine, ↑At, ↑atomic number 85, ↑bohrium, ↑Bh, ↑element 107, ↑atomic number 107, ↑boron, ↑B, ↑atomic number 5, ↑bromine, ↑Br, ↑atomic number 35, ↑carbon, ↑C, ↑atomic number 6, ↑chlorine, ↑Cl, ↑atomic number 17, ↑darmstadtium, ↑Ds, ↑element 110, ↑atomic number 110, ↑dubnium, ↑Db, ↑hahnium, ↑element 105, ↑atomic number 105, ↑fluorine, ↑F, ↑atomic number 9, ↑germanium, ↑Ge, ↑atomic number 32, ↑hassium, ↑Hs, ↑element 108, ↑atomic number 108, ↑helium, ↑He, ↑atomic number 2, ↑hydrogen, ↑H, ↑atomic number 1, ↑iodine, ↑iodin, ↑I, ↑atomic number 53, ↑krypton, ↑Kr, ↑atomic number 36, ↑lawrencium, ↑Lr, ↑atomic number 103, ↑meitnerium, ↑Mt, ↑element 109, ↑atomic number 109, ↑mendelevium, ↑Md, ↑Mv, ↑atomic number 101, ↑neon, ↑Ne, ↑atomic number 10, ↑nitrogen, ↑N, ↑atomic number 7, ↑nobelium, ↑No, ↑atomic number 102, ↑oxygen, ↑O, ↑atomic number 8, ↑phosphorus, ↑P, ↑atomic number 15, ↑plutonium, ↑Pu, ↑atomic number 94, ↑radon, ↑Rn, ↑atomic number 86, ↑roentgenium, ↑Rg, ↑element 111, ↑atomic number 111, ↑rutherfordium, ↑Rf, ↑unnilquadium, ↑Unq, ↑element 104, ↑atomic number 104, ↑seaborgium, ↑Sg, ↑element 106, ↑atomic number 106, ↑selenium, ↑Se, ↑atomic number 34, ↑silicon, ↑Si, ↑atomic number 14, ↑sulfur, ↑S, ↑sulphur, ↑atomic number 16, ↑tellurium, ↑Te, ↑atomic number 52, ↑ununbium, ↑Uub, ↑element 112, ↑atomic number 112, ↑ununhexium, ↑Uuh, ↑element 116, ↑atomic number 116, ↑ununpentium, ↑Uup, ↑element 115, ↑atomic number 115, ↑ununquadium, ↑Uuq, ↑element 114, ↑atomic number 114, ↑ununtrium, ↑Uut, ↑element 113, ↑atomic number 113, ↑xenon, ↑Xe, ↑atomic number 54, ↑trace element
Part Meronyms: ↑atom

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