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plumbum

[′pləm·bəm]
(chemistry)
Latin name for lead; source of the element symbol Pb.
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Ultrathin sections were cut on a Reichert-Jung Ultracut E ultramicrotome with a diamond knife, contrasted with plumbum citrate, and finally examined and photographed with a Transmission Electron Microscope Zeiss EM 109, with digital camera coupled (Alves, 2004).
Gambaran Makroskopis dan Mikroskopis Hati Ginjal Akibat Pemberian Plumbum Asetat, Tesis, Sekolah Pascasarjana Universitas Sumatra Utara, Medan.
Takayama and Onodera have studied transmission of underwater spherical shock wave through micro explosion induced by shock of ruby laser to plumbum board, quantitatively describing movement and isopycnic line of underwater spherical shock wave [5]; Swisdak Jr.
Lead was defined as Plumbum negrum (black lead) and tin as Plumbum candidum (bright lead).
The name of which metallic element is known as 'plumbum' in Latin?
His symptoms don't easily point to Plumbum and no practitioner had ever thought to prescribe it even though his dad is a builder and his mum helped to renovate the bathroom while she was pregnant with him.
In EU the air concentrations of the carbon monoxide, benzene and of the heavy metals (arsenic, cadmium, nickel and plumbum) are generally low, local and sporadic.
Decrease in the price of exports of plumbum by 9.1% was recorder in August, ferrous metals - by 4.5%, cotton - by 3.8%, ferroalloys - by 2%, wool - 1.9 %, coal - by 1.4%, liquefied propane - by 0.8%.
Silver (ii), arsenic (v), cadmium (ii), chromium (vi), copper (ii), mercury (ii), plumbum (ii), zinc (ii), acetylthiocholine iodide (ATC), 5,5'-dithiobis (2nitrobenzoic acid) (DTNB), BTC, and propionylthiocholine iodide were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.