|replacement atom or atoms||substituent|
|(Chemistry) any of several compounds comprised of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms (used in many industrial applications), see also:siloxane, silicon-based compound||silicone|
|(Chemistry) change into an isomer (chemical compound which has the same number and kind of atoms as another but differs in structural arrangement), make or become isomeric||isomerize|
|(Chemistry) containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms; containing two basic univalent atoms, dibasic acid, formed with two atoms of metal, with two replaceable hydrogen atoms||dibasic|
|(Chemistry) having two atoms within one molecule; bivalent, having two atoms per molecule||diatomic|
|(Chemistry) of or pertaining to chemical compounds containing rings of more than one type of atom; of or pertaining to the branch of chemistry which studies such compounds, containing noncarbon atom||heterocyclic|
|(Chemistry) process of replacing a hydrogen atom from an organic compound with an alkyl group; act of adding a paraffin to an olefin (done in gasoline manufacture), addition of an alkyl group||alkylation|
|(Physics) pertaining to a nuclide (type of specifically identifiable atom)||nuclidic|
|(Physics) type of atom that is specifically identifiable (by its energy content, mass number, or atomic number), uniquely identifiable atomic nucleus||nuclide|
|(Physics, Chemistry) electrically charged atom formed by the loss or gain of an electron; electrically charged particle formed in a gas, electrically charged atom or atom group||ion|
|(symbol) D+, atom of a heavy hydrogen (Physics), deuterium nucleus||deuteron|
|(symbol) gamma, 3rd in position in carbon chain, 3rd letter of Greek alphabet, 3rd nearest to designated atom, measure of contrast of image, third item, third letter of the Greek alphabet, unit of mass||gamma|
|5 days, atom with valence of five, group of five||pentad|
|ability of various elements to exist in place of one another within a lattice form, isomorphism (Crystallography), replacement of element||diadochy|
|acid with one replaceable hydrogen atom, monacid||monoacid|
|acid with two acidic hydrogen atoms, having two acidic hydrogen atoms||diacid|
|act of causing excitement, stimulation; excited state, stimulated state, activity caused by stimulation, application of signal making transistor operate, being excited, exciting, production of magnetic field, raising energy of atom from lowest||excitation|
|act of moving something from its usual place; condition of being displaced; replacing of one thing with another, amount of movement in particular direction, chemical replacement, displacing or being displaced, engine volume, fluid displaced, movement o...||displacement|
|act of replacing, mathematical element replacing equivalent, replacement of logical expression, replacement; act or instance of substituting, somebody or something that replaces||substitution|
|acting as a substitute or replacement, appoint as a stand-in, kind of judge, substitute authority figure, act in place of another; carry a fetus for another woman; act as a substitute parent, substitute; surrogate mother, woman who voluntarily carries ...||surrogate|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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