Definitions

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  • n. sodium

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The technical name for sodium.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In chem., the metal, more generally called sodium, of which the hydroxid and the carbonate constitute caustic soda and washing soda respectively.

Etymologies

From New Latin natrium; see natron for more. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Sodium is called natrium in Latin, and Na is the symbol used in English to be in harmony with all other languages, for practically all use the same chemical symbols.

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  • Early chemists had to be fluent in multiple languages and had no trouble flipping back and forth between names like "natrium" and "sodium" (symbol: Na) or "plumbum" and "lead" (symbol: Pb).

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  • For example, Na for sodium comes from the Latin natrium, and Au for gold comes from the Latin aurum, which means shining dawn.

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  • Both types can be manufactured in various sizes and, depending on their construction, are suited for equipment with high-pressure mercury vapour lamps, halogen metal vapour lamps, high-pressure natrium vapour lamps, halogen filament lamps and general purpose filament lamps.

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  • Salt (natrium chloride, NaCl) is required for life.

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  • Polysorbate 80, boric acid, the aluminum adjuvants together with the natrium chloride (salt) will induce infertility in boys and girls.

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  • We don't have any millionare angels or corporate backers paying the bills here, PLEASE DONATE. try using medical oxygen with oil (fast beach tanning procedure) natrium (sodium probably) reacts nicely with water, as well potasium chloryde is used for easy house mess (re) organisation

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  • Sodium — the name is derived from soda, originally an Italian term for ash used in glassmaking and later applied to a number of sodium salts — is Na, short for natron or natrium, a neo-latinate term also applied to a variety of sodium compounds.

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