[mahyt-nur-ee-uh m] /maɪtˈnɜr i əm/
noun, Chemistry, Physics.
a superheavy, synthetic, radioactive element. Symbol: Mt; atomic number: 109.
a synthetic element produced in small quantities by high-energy ion bombardment. Symbol: Mt; atomic no: 109
A synthetic, radioactive element that is produced by bombarding bismuth with iron ions. Its most long-lived isotopes have mass numbers of 266 and 268 with half-lives of 3.4 milliseconds and 70 milliseconds, respectively. Atomic number 109. See Periodic Table.
waters of yellowness, or clear waters, a river in the tribe of Dan (Josh. 19:46). It has been identified with the river ‘Aujeh, which rises at Antipatris.
[Spanish me-hee-kaw] /Spanish ˈmɛ hi kɔ/ noun 1. . /ˈmɛxiko/ noun 1. the Spanish name for Mexico
Chemistry. 1. . methyl ethyl ketone
[mek-er] /ˈmɛk ər/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a gas burner similar to the Bunsen burner but producing a hotter flame by virtue of having at its mouth a metal screen to allow a more intimate mixture of air and gas.
[mek-i-tahr-ist] /ˌmɛk ɪˈtɑr ɪst/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of an order of Armenian monks founded in Constantinople in the 18th century and following the rule of St. Benedict.