Ekasilicon

Ek`a·sil'i·con noun [ Sanskrit ēka one + English silicon .] (Chemistry) The name of a hypothetical element predicted and afterwards discovered and named germanium ; -- so called because it was a missing analogue of the silicon group. See Germanium , and confe
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ekasilicon

<chemistry> The name of a hypothetical element predicted and afterwards discovered and named germanium; so called because it was a missing analogue of the silicon group. See Germanium, and cf. Ekkabor. ... Origin: Skr. Ka one + E. Silicon. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ... ...
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Ekasilicon

• (n.) The name of a hypothetical element predicted and afterwards discovered and named germanium; -- so called because it was a missing analogue of the silicon group. See Germanium, and cf. Ekabor.
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ekasilicon

ekasilicon (ek"usil'ikon) : see germanium.
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