Kr



Symbol, Chemistry.
1.
.
Chess.
1.
king’s rook.
1.
(in Sweden and the Faeroe Islands) krona; kronor.
2.
(in Iceland) króna; krónur.
3.
(in Denmark and Norway) krone; kroner.
1.
.
2.
krona; kronor.
3.
króna; krónur.
4.
krone; kroner.
abbreviation
1.
Republic of Korea
symbol
1.
(currency)

Chemical symbol
2.
krypton
symbol
1.
king’s rook
abbreviation
1.
krona
2.
krone

Kr
The symbol for the element krypton.
Kr
The symbol for krypton.
krypton
(krĭp’tŏn’)
Symbol Kr
A colorless, odorless element in the noble gas group. It is used in certain fluorescent lamps and photographic flash lamps. Atomic number 36; atomic weight 83.80; melting point -156.6°C; boiling point -152.30°C; density 3.73 grams per liter (0°C). See Periodic Table.

knowledge representation

networking
The country code for South Korea.
[Jargon File]
(1999-01-27)
krypton
king’s rook
1.
krona
2.
krone

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