a colorless, crystalline compound, xef 4 , prepared by heating a gaseous mixture of fluorine and xenon.
a colorless, nonvolatile solid, xeo 3 , explosive when dry: in solution it is called xenic acid.
c570–c480 b.c, greek philosopher and poet. historical examples a history of science, volume 1(of 5) henry smith williams the apologia and florida of apuleius of madaura lucius apuleius plato and the other companions of sokrates, 3rd ed. volume i (of 4) george grote lux mundi various history of the intellectual development of europe, volume i […]
an attraction to foreign peoples, cultures, or customs. adj.