element | engleski leksikon;

element

imenica
/ elɪmənt /

Definicija:

ETYM French élément, Latin elementum.
1. A component or part.
2. A fundamental or basic unit.
3. One of four substances thought in ancient and medieval cosmology to constitute the physical universe.
4. The most favorable environment for a plant or animal.
5. The situation in which one is happiest and most effective.
6. A straight line that generates a cylinder or cone.

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element | engleski leksikon;

element

imenicahemija
/ elɪmənt /

Definicija:

Substance that cannot be split chemically into simpler substances. The atoms of a particular element all have the same number of protons in their nuclei (their atomic number). Elements are classified in the periodic table of the elements. Of the 111 known elements, 95 are known to occur in nature (those with atomic numbers 1–95). Those from 96 to 111 do not occur in nature and are synthesized only, produced in particle accelerators. Eighty-one of the elements are stable; all the others, which include atomic numbers 43, 61, and from 84 up, are radioactive.
Elements are classified as metals, nonmetals, or metalloids (weakly metallic elements) depending on a combination of their physical and chemical properties; about 75% are metallic. Some elements occur abundantly (oxygen, aluminum); others occur moderately or rarely (chromium, neon); some, in particular the radioactive ones, are found in minute (neptunium, plutonium) or very minute (technetium) amounts.
Symbols (devised by Swedish chemist Jöns Berzelius) are used to denote the elements; the symbol is usually the first letter or letters of the English or Latin name (for example, C for carbon, Ca for calcium, Fe for iron, ferrum). The symbol represents one atom of the element.
According to current theories, hydrogen and helium were produced in the Big Bang at the beginning of the universe.
Of the other elements, those up to atomic number 26 (iron) are made by nuclear fusion within the stars. The more massive elements, such as lead and uranium, are produced when an old star explodes; as its center collapses, the gravitational energy squashes nuclei together to make new elements.
Elements 110 and 111 were discovered 1994. In Oct element 110 was detected for a millisecond at the GSI heavy-ion cyclotron, Darmstadt, Germany, while lead atoms were bombarded with nickel atoms. It has an atomic mass of 269. Element 111 was detected at GSI in Dec, when they bombarded bismuth-209 with nickel. It has an atomic mass of 272.

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element

imenicamatematika
/ elɪmənt /

Definicija:

In mathematics, a member of a set.

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element

imenicaračunari
/ elɪmənt /

Definicija:

1. Any stand-alone item within a broader context. For example, a data element is an item of data with the characteristics or properties of a larger set; a picture element (pixel) is one single dot on a computer screen or in a computer graphic; a print element is the part of a daisy-wheel printer that contains the embossed characters. See also daisy-wheel printer, data element, graphics primitive, pixel, thimble.
2. In markup languages such as HTML and SGML, the combination of a set of tags, any content contained between the tags, and any attributes the tags may have. Elements can be nested, one within the other. See also attribute (definition 3), HTML, markup language, SGML.

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19.05.2022.