from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In chem., the symbol for antimony (in Latin stibium).
- noun In astronomy, an abbreviation of (Schönfeld's) Southern Bonn Durchmusterung (see
Durchmusterung). Usage is divided between this abbreviation and S. D. M. (which see).
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- noun chemistry Symbol for
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- noun a bachelor's degree in science
- noun a metallic element having four allotropic forms; used in a wide variety of alloys; found in stibnite
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Most plastics except those containing chlorine in the polymer backbone (eg, PVC, CPVC, etc) are flammable and require addition of flame retardants such as P, Br, Sb etc in the polymer synthesis or as a solid additiove.
Thos added as solid inevitably leach-out and are PoP and endrocine disruptors, and some generate dioxins or furans at low temperature combustion (P and Sb based retardents do not).
Readers of the other 70-odd blogs at Sb expect independent content in the center column.
Greg is outputing some amazing material as are other Sb-ers.
Its chemical symbol, Sb, is derived from the Latin word stibium, which was the name of the most common antimony mineral, stibnite.
Prov (Sb (ru1 ¦ unZ (x1) ¦ Z (xn))), by: ˜the formula with GÃ¶del number r is provable if the GÃ¶del number for the xi th numeral is substituted in place of the i th variable,™ neither the formal statement within the theory P nor anything we prove about it appeals to such meanings.
Relations needed are, among others, those which assert of a natural number that it codes a sequence, or a formula, or an axiom, or that it is the code, denoted by Sb (ru1 ¦ unZ (x1) ¦ Z (xn)), of a formula obtained from a formula with code r by substituting for its free variable ui the xi th numeral for i = 1,
We really enjoyed Sb when my hubby and I were doing it.
Leibniz would say that in such a case some state of Smith's body prior to Sb.was the real cause of Sb.and Sm was not a causal factor in the obtaining of Sb. So although substances do not causally interact, their states accommodate one another as if there were causal interaction among substances.
Have you decided yet on going to Sb or are you going to do the group blog thing with your colleagues?