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Sb,

symbol for the element antimonyantimony
[Lat. antimoneum], semimetallic chemical element; symbol Sb [Lat. stibium,=a mark]; at. no. 51; at. wt. 121.760; m.p. 630.74°C;; b.p. 1,750°C;; sp. gr. (metallic form) 6.69 at 20°C;; valence 0, +3, −3, or +5.
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sb

(optics)

Sb

(chemistry)
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stilb

A unit of luminance equal to 1 candela per sq cm. Abbr. sb. The use of this term is deprecated.
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sb

(networking)
The country code for the Solomon Islands.
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stilb

Abbreviated "sb," a stilb is a measurement of light equal to 10,000 nits. The term is derived from "stilbein," which means "to glitter" in Greek. See nit and candela.
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