Translation of helium in Spanish:


helio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhiːlɪəm//ˈhiliəm/


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    helio masculine
    • Ramsay realized that argon and helium might be members of a hitherto unsuspected new group in the Periodic Table.
    • Even though helium is twice as dense as hydrogen, this is less than one metric ton of gas.
    • In composition it resembles a small star, with helium and hydrogen as the main gases.
    • Other light elements that are commonly proposed for the outer core are silicon, carbon, helium, and nitrogen.
    • In practice air is nowadays never used in deep diving, the nitrogen being replaced by helium, which is far less soluble in fat.
    • However, if a proton is added to the hydrogen atom, a new element, helium is created.
    • The atomic elements heavier than hydrogen and helium could not have been produced during the inferno of the Big Bang.
    • There he worked with Born on atomic theory, writing a joint paper with him on helium.
    • Over the next few years many types of laser were built, some using a mixture of helium and neon, others carbon dioxide or organic dyes.
    • Today, balloons in Japan are lifted by hot air rather than the more expensive helium or hydrogen.
    • Does it contain yet more unknown chemical elements, like helium?
    • During the history of our universe, more helium was made because the process that drives the stars turns hydrogen into helium.
    • During the last years of his life he worked steadily on the wave mechanics of the hydrogen and helium atom.
    • Because it is chemically inert, helium was not identified on Earth until some time later, in 1895.
    • Cool the detectors with liquid nitrogen instead of solid hydrogen or liquid helium.
    • When most of the hydrogen is fused into helium, fusion stops and and gravity again takes over.
    • They were the ones who were always crying and throwing fits when they lost their helium balloons.
    • At launch, the balloon is partially inflated with helium and expands as it rises.
    • Argon is denser than air, and certainly helium, which means that it has more molecules to retain heat.
    • Eventually, there will not be any hydrogen left in the center of the Sun to make helium.