Translation of antimony in Spanish:

antimony

antimonio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈantɪməni//ˈæn(t)əˌmoʊni/

noun

  • 1

    antimonio masculine
    • Anti is not a prefix here; antimony is a metallic chemical element that has nothing to do with being against or opposed to something.
    • We quickly learned that those cases were from their new non-toxic primers, which contained no lead or other heavy metals such as barium and antimony.
    • Austria produces some petroleum and natural gas to meet its own needs, and it also mines coal, iron ore, copper, lead, zinc, antimony, and graphite, used in industry.
    • The acid draws other heavy metals- including arsenic, antimony, lead, and mercury- out of the ore heaps and into the environment.
    • Within these belts, gold mineralization is associated with rare metals, base metals, uranium, antimony, and mercury.
    • Cartridges found at the Post Office contained residues of aluminium, lead, barium and antimony or three or two of these elements.
    • Beryllium, calcium, silver and antimony have no appreciable effect on mechanical properties.
    • Alloying with other metals, notably calcium or antimony, is a common method of strengthening lead for many applications.
    • Scholars had a great deal of trouble distinguishing arsenic, antimony, and bismuth from each other.
    • State records indicate there is considerable groundwater degradation at the site, and that high levels of arsenic and antimony have been recorded.
    • Doping with elements such as fluorine or antimony enhances its electrical conductivity and in turn its infrared reflectance.
    • High levels of barium and antimony on a person's hands is a strong indication that they have fired a weapon or have been close to a discharged weapon.
    • Beneath the surface lie layers rich in arsenic, phosphorus, copper, lead, antimony, even gold.
    • Their symptoms, masked as food poisoning, were - according to the doctors' evidence - identical with poisoning by antimony (to weaken the system), then strychnine (to kill the patient off).
    • The crystal is a combination of antimony and cobalt known as a skutterudite.
    • There are seven metalloids: boron, silicon, germanium, arsenic, selenium, antimony, and tellurium.
    • Small amounts of various metals, notably antimony and silver, are added to tin-lead solders to increase their strength.
    • The most important of these are antimony, phosphorus, tin, and arsenic, with manganese and silicon having a small effect.
    • Mrs. Moffat's powder, a mixture that included antimony and potassium tartrate, was advertised as being in use for 60 years and highly effective.
    • Conditions in other factories were as bad, with antimony and lead poisoning common.