the atomic weight of an element divided by its density.
Abbreviation: at. vol.
The equivalent and the density being known, we may calculate the atomic volume.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 365, December 30, 1882 Various
the atomic weight (relative atomic mass) of an element divided by its density
- Atomic weight
the average weight of an atom of an element, formerly based on the weight of one hydrogen atom taken as a unit or on 1/16 (0.0625) the weight of an oxygen atom, but after 1961 based on 1/12 the weight of the carbon-12 atom. Abbreviation: at. wt. Historical Examples From the following data calculate the […]
of, pertaining to, resulting from, or using , , or atomic bombs: an atomic explosion. propelled or driven by : an atomic submarine. Chemistry. existing as free, uncombined . extremely minute. Historical Examples Unluckily his temperament was what the atomical philosophers (who can explain every thing by thers and vibrations) call sanguine. Proofs of a […]
of, pertaining to, resulting from, or using , , or atomic bombs: an atomic explosion. propelled or driven by : an atomic submarine. Chemistry. existing as free, uncombined . extremely minute. Historical Examples The coloring material is atomically constituted to act as a temporary disk while the tourist is among us. The Instant of Now […]
the number of atoms in a molecule of a gas. . Historical Examples It is even more strange that it may now be said of energy that there are signs of atomicity. Recent Developments in European Thought Various Now what is Dr. Larmor’s opinion as to the atomicity of electricity? Aether and Gravitation William George […]