chemical symbol

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chemical symbol

[′kem·i·kəl ′sim·bəl]
(chemistry)
A notation for one of the chemical elements, consisting of letters; for example Ne, O, C, and Na represent neon, oxygen, carbon, and sodium.
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Under the control of Toho co., Ltd., Godzilla has gone from atomic symbol to unusual anti-hero to campy children's hero to environmental protector to pure monstrosity.
[USPRwire, Tue Dec 11 2018] Neodymium Market : Introduction Neodymium (atomic symbol: Nd) is a rare earth element; however, contrary to the group's name, neodymium is the third most abundant metal in the Earth's crust, having an abundance of about 28--38 parts per million.
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KREEP, by the way, is an acronym built from the letters K (the atomic symbol for potassium), REE (rare-earth elements) and P (for phosphorus).
Use a capital "F" and a lowercase "e" to spell out the atomic symbol for iron (make sure you put a small 26 above the symbol) and you're in business.
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Tehran has turned the nuclear issue into a matter of national prestige by printing the atomic symbol on Iranian money.
In Science, the atomic symbol Kr stands for which element that shares a name with Superman's native planet?
Braun's icons, which swarm about his figures like nettlesome insects, derive from many different realms: forms of transportation (automobiles, airplanes, boats), human anatomy (penises and sperm cells, uteruses and ovaries), the natural world (fishes and stones, the planets, and especially the earth itself), sources of energy (the oil barrel, the atomic symbol), various media (especially television and the Internet); an array of toxins (arsenic, dioxin, and the host of chlorine combinations) and every consumer product imaginable.
In 2007, Iran issued a bank note for 50,000 rials ($5.20) carrying an atomic symbol, the biggest note now in circulation.
Each type of atom is identified by an atomic symbol. Carbon's atomic symbol is C, hydrogen is H, oxygen is O, and nitrogen is N.