xenon

IPA: zˈinɑn

noun

  • The chemical element (symbol Xe) with an atomic number of 54. It is a colorless, odorless, unreactive noble gas, used notably in camera flash technology.

Examples of "xenon" in Sentences

  • Example of input and output of Xenon.
  • A process for producing krypton and xenon.
  • The Terrans are to blame for the creation of the Xenon.
  • The xenon is absorbed partly in the absorbing substance.
  • The Terrans are responsible for the creation of the Xenon.
  • Other xenon compounds may be derived from xenon difluoride.
  • Now, it's important to note this gas, it's called xenon 133.
  • It is unlikely the lamps are xenon arc lamps or even contain xenon gas.
  • Xenon trioxide is an unstable compound of xenon in its 6 oxidation state.
  • I don't know the exact difference between a regular Xenon and a Cine Xenon.
  • Hence, xenon lowers the resonant frequencies of the vocal tract when inhaled.
  • The word Xenon comes from the Greek word xenon which means stranger it was discovered by Sir William Ramsay in 1898.
  • I’ll be using a Nokia N82, which has an amazing 5-megapixel camera, brilliant in every sense of the word xenon flash and built-in GPS.
  • The radioactive gas xenon, which is often the byproduct of unexpected nuclear fission, was detected at the Fukushima Daiichi plant during tests.
  • Tepco said it may have found xenon, which is associated with nuclear fission, while examining gases taken from the reactor, according to an e-mailed statement today.
  • The word Xenon comes from the Greek word xenon which means stranger it was discovered by Sir William Ramsay in 1898. has an Atomic Number of 86, the Atomic Symbol Rn, and the Atomic Mass of 222. 018g / mol.
  • While krypton has a considerable vapour pressure at the temperature of boiling air, the vapour pressure of xenon is hardly appreciable; hence their separation, although tedious, presented no particular difficulty.
  • Nuclear explosions produce an excited form called xenon-133m, in which the atomic nucleus is boosted to a higher-energy state, but it is not known exactly how sensitive detectors are to this form because there has been no way to make pure samples of xenon-133m with which to test them.

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