Noun Vanadium Definition and Examples


Noun:

Vanadium

Pronunciation:

/vəˈneɪdɪəm/

Definition:
1.

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 23, a hard grey metal of the transition series, used to make alloy steels.
  1. 'Could you add carbon to titanium or vanadium to make them even harder and stronger?'
  2. 'Nitrogen additions to high-strength steels containing vanadium have become commercially important because the additions enhance precipitation hardening.'
((n.) A rare element of the nitrogen-phosphorus group, found combined, in vanadates, in certain minerals, and reduced as an infusible, grayish-white metallic powder. It is intermediate between the metals and the non-metals, having both basic and acid properties. Symbol V (or Vd, rarely). Atomic weight 51.2.)


noun, Chemistry.

1. a rare element occurring in certain minerals and obtained as a light-gray powder with a silvery luster or as a ductile metal: used as an ingredient of steel to toughen it and increase its shock resistance. Symbol:V; atomic weight:50.942; atomic number:23; specific gravity:

5.9

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Examples:

"There can be vanadium pentoxides."
"There can be vanadium prices."
"There can be vanadium slabs."
"There can be vanadium markets."
"There can be vanadium producers."
"There can be vanadium sales."
"There can be vanadium productions."
"There can be vanadium products."
"There can be vanadium officials."
"There can be vanadium trioxides."
"There can be vanadium supplies."
"There can be vanadium slags."
"There can be vanadium reserves."
"There can be vanadium recoveries."
"There can be vanadium operations."
"There can be vanadium grits."
"There can be vanadium consumptions."
"There can be vanadium bills."
"There can be vanadium availabilities."
"vanadiums can be up on talks."
"vanadiums can continue in/at/on dates."
"vanadiums can remain in supplies."
"vanadiums can firm on problems."
"vanadiums can firm on lacks."
"vanadiums can firm on demands."
"vanadiums can firm against backdrops."
"vanadiums can benefit from shortages."
"vanadiums can benefit from inventoriesses."
"vanadiums can be for sales."
"vanadiums can remain in supplies."
"vanadiums can firm on problems."
"vanadiums can firm on lacks."
"vanadiums can firm on demands."
"vanadiums can firm against backdrops."
"vanadiums can benefit from shortages."
"vanadiums can benefit from inventoriesses."
"vanadiums can be for sales."

Origin:
Mid 19th century: modern Latin, from Old Norse Vanadis (a name of the Scandinavian goddess Freya).

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