Element

A chemical substance that cannot be divided into simple substances by chemical means; atomic species with same number of protons.

element

(Learning Modules / Chemistry / Polymers) A substance containing only one type of atom.

element

(Living things in their environment) a substance consisting of one kind of atom only

Element

An element is a substance that cannot be split chemically into simpler substances.
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Element

Element is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Element

A substance that cannot be decomposed into simpler substances by chemical means.
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Element

a substance that cannot be separated into different substances. All matter is made of elements.
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element

[n] - one of four substances thought in ancient and medieval cosmology to constitute the physical universe 2. [n] - the situation in which you are happiest and most effective 3. [n] - a straight line that generates a cylinder or cone 4. [n] - the most favorable environment for a plant or animal
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Element

A substance with atoms all of the same atomic number.
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Element

A single bar or space in a bar code symbol
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Element

A pure substance which cannot be broken down into simpler substances by chemical means. Set of stable atoms from which all known molecules are made. These atoms are organised as a function of their chemical properties in the so-called `Periodic Table of the Elements'.ActiniumAcAluminiumAlAmericiumAmAntimonySbArgonArArsenicAsAstatineAtBariumBaBerkel...
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Element

A chemical substance that cannot be divided into simple substances by chemical means; atomic species with same number of protons
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Element

A substance that cannot be decomposed into simpler substances by chemical means.
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Element

is the simplest form of matter.
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Element

a substance that cannot be resolved into two or more other substances; a substance made up of atoms with the same atomic number.
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Element

A basic building block of matter that cannot be broken down into a simpler substance by ordinary means.
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Element

Substance consisting of only one type of atom.
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element

Substance consisting of only one type of atom.
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Element

One of 106 presently known kinds of substances that comprise all matter at and above the atomic level. (See Periodic Table)
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Element

A substance that cannot be reduced chemically into a simpler substance.
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Element

any of more than 100 fundamental substances that consist of atoms of only one kind. Single types of element or elements in combination constitute all matter in the known universe
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element

A substance composed of atoms all with the same atomic number. A substance that cannot be split chemically into smaller substances
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Element

A chemical substance that cannot be divided into simpler substances by chemical means; atomic species with same number of protons.
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Element

A substance consisting entirely of atoms of the same atomic number.
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Element

Single lens used in association with others to form a compound construction.
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