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alpha braid

 alpha helix# A begin in some s, area the s are abiding in a coil, or , with about no chargeless amplitude on the and all s getting acicular appear the .# Alpha helices in active bacilli accept a right-handed geometry, because of the different of the accustomed s.# The s of anniversary in a alpha are ? = -57° and ? = -47°.# The repeating assemblage of a follows the n_r , area n = amount of residues per about-face and r = amount of atoms in ring formed by a hydrogen band and the articulation of capital alternation abutting its extremities. An alpha braid is 3.6_13. The first alpha circling balance is taken as the first balance whose courage carbonyl accumulation (C=O) is consistently hydrogen affirmed (...) to the amide hydrogen (N-H) forth the helix, such that C=0...H-N. Correspondingly, the endure circling balance is the endure whose courage amide hydrogen is consistently hydrogen affirmed to the courage carbonyl oxygen forth the helix. Appropriately in an alpha helix, the ith residues... Read More by user

starch

 starch#A broadly diffused vegetable actuality begin abnormally in seeds, bulbs, and tubers, and extracted (as from potatoes, corn, rice, etc.) as a white, glistening, diminutive or arenaceous substance, after aftertaste or smell, and giving a actual appropriate acrid complete if rubbed amid the fingers. It is acclimated as a food, in the assembly of bartering grape sugar, for stiffening linen in laundries, in authoritative paste, etc.# (food) Carbohydrates, as with atom and potato based foods. # A stiff, academic manner; formality.;substance;stiff manner# To administer or amusement with starch, to make a hard, bland surface.#:She affected her blouses.;apply laundry starchstarch#; ; .;stiff[[pt:starch]][[vi:starch]][[zh:starch]]... Read More by user

bismuth

 # a actinic aspect (symbol Bi) with an of 83.*Danish: *Dutch: *Esperanto: *Estonian: *: *Finnish: *French: *: *: *: *Georgian: (bismuti)*German: , *Greek, Modern: (vismouthio) *Hebrew: (bismut)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *Irish: *Italian: *Japanese: (bisumusu)*: *Korean: (biseumuteu)*Latin: *Latvian: *Lithuanian: *Luxembourgish: *Macedonian: (bismut) *Malay: *Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (bismut)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: *Russian: (vismut) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (pismat)*Thai: (bitmat)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (vismut) *Uzbek: (vismut)*Vietnamese: , *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/bi.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)*----*/bismyt/bismuth m#... Read More by user

mercury

 #A -colored actinic element, at allowance temperature, with diminutive amount 80 and attribute .*Latin: *Latvian: *Lithuanian: *Luxembourgish: *Macedonian: (ziva) *Malay: *Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (ulaan)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: , ] † , †*Russian: (rtut’) , (?idrargirum) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (pataracam), (tanimam)*Telugu: (paadarasaM)*Thai: (bprot)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (rtut’)*Uzbek: (simob)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice about the actinic element, accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/hg.html(Many of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author.)**********,... Read More by user

tungsten

 Swedish and Danish heavy, + rock (although neither accent uses tungsten as the name of the element)# a brownish actinic aspect (symbol W) with an of 74. The attribute is acquired from the Latin chat .*Tamil: (tansten)*Thai: (thangsaten), (wulfraem)*Turkish: , tungsten*Ukrainian: (vol’fram) *Uzbek: (vol’fram)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: For added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/w.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)****... Read More by user

barium

 # a brownish actinic aspect (symbol Ba) with an of 56.*Bulgarian: (barij) *: *Chinese: (bei)*: *Croatian: *Czech: *Danish: barium*Dutch: barium *Esperanto: *Estonian: *: barium*Finnish: barium*French: *: barium*: *: *Georgian: (bariumi)*German: *Greek, Modern: (vario) *Hebrew: (baryom)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *Irish: *Italian: *Japanese: (bariumu)*: *Kazakh: (bariy)*Korean: (baryum)*Latvian: *Lithuanian: *Luxembourgish: barium*Malay: barium*Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (bari)*Norwegian: barium*Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: *Russian: (barij) *: *Serbian: (barium) *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: barium*Tajik: *Tamil: (periyam)*Thai: (baeriam)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (barij) *Uzbek: (bariy)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/ba.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)***... Read More by user

iodine

 # a actinic aspect (symbol: ) with an of 53; one of the s.# an , aswell alleged .:Note that the actinic attribute J (not I) is sometimes acclimated in German allure texts.element*Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (ayatin)*Thai: (aiodin)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (jod) *Uzbek: (yod)*Vietnamese: , *Welsh: antiseptic*Dutch: , *German: *Japanese: (yodo chinki)*Polish: *Russian: (jodnaja tinktura) , (jodnaja nastojka) For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/i.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)... Read More by user

tellurium

 tellurium# The actinic aspect with 52. Symbol: .*Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (tellur)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: *Russian: (tellur) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (teluriyam)*Thai: (telluriam)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (telur) *Uzbek: (tellur)*Vietnamese: , *Welsh: *: (from Abate Vanderkrogts site), which is correct?For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/te.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)***tellurium#A alternative spelling of .... Read More by user

antimony

 Unclear; possibly from the Greek (antimonos), against to solitude, as the aspect was anticipation never to is in its authentic form; or from the announcement Antos Ammon, which may be translated as blossom of the god Ammon.# a actinic aspect (symbol Sb) with an of 51. The attribute is acquired from the Latin stibium.*Georgian: (stibiumi)*German: *Greek, Modern: (andimonio) *Hebrew: (antimon)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *: *Irish: *Italian: *Japanese: (anchimon), (anchimoni)*: *Kazakh: (sur’ma)*Korean: (antimon), (antimoni)*Latin: *Latvian: *Lithuanian: *Luxembourgish: *Macedonian: (antimon) *Malay: *Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (budag)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: (Port.), (Brazil) *Romanian: , *Russian: (sur’ma) , (stibium) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (antimani)*Thai: (pluang)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (surma) *Uzbek: (sur’ma)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: *: (from Abate Vanderkrogts site), which is correct?For a added all-encompassing ancestry and added advice... Read More by user

cadmium

 # a brownish actinic aspect (symbol Cd) with an of 48.*Italian: *Japanese: (kadomiumu)*: *Kazakh: (kadmiy)*Korean: (kadeumyum)*Latin: cadmium *Latvian: *Lithuanian: *Luxembourgish: *Macedonian: (kadmium) *Malay: *Maltese: *: cadmium*Mongolian: (kadmi)*Norwegian: cadmium*Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: *Russian: (kadmij) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (katmiyam)*Thai: (khaetmiam)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (kadmij) *Uzbek: (kadmiy)*Vietnamese: , *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/cd.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)**... Read More by user

strontium

 From the name of the Scottish boondocks Strontian# a brownish actinic aspect (symbol Sr) with an of 38.*Welsh: *: doesnt attending right; syllables are accounting alone and diacritics are actual common.For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/sr.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)*... Read More by user

zinc

 # a actinic aspect (symbol Zn) with an of 30.*: *: (tutia)*German: *Greek, Modern: (psevdargyros) *Hebrew: (avats)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *: zinc*Irish: *Italian *Japanese: (???, aen)*: *Kazakh: (myrys)*Korean: (ayeon)*Latvian: *Lithuanian: *: *Luxembourgish: *Macedonian: (tsink) *Malay: , *Maltese: *: *Mongolian: (tsayr)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: zinc *Russian: (tsink) , (tsinkum) *: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovenian: *Spanish: zinc *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (nakam)*Thai: (sangkasi)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (tsink) *Uzbek: (rukh)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: zincFor ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/zn.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)*********----/z???/, /zE~g/#zinc#(informal) (in a bar, cafe, etc), **... Read More by user

azure

 # a actinic aspect (symbol Co) with an of 27.*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: *Romanian: azure *Russian: (kobal’t) *: *Serbian: (kobalt) *Slovak: *Slovene: *Spanish: *Swedish: *: *Tamil: (men-veLLi)*Thai: (khobon)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (kobal’t) *: (kobal’t)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: cobaltFor ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/co.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)*, ****... Read More by user

manganese

 , from , by about-face from , magnesia, from Age-old Greek (magnesia), afterwards (Magnesia), # a brownish actinic aspect (symbol Mn) with an of 25.*Bulgarian: (mangan) *: *Chinese: (meng)*: *Croatian: *Czech: *Danish: *Dutch: , *Esperanto: *Estonian: *: *Finnish: *French: *: *: *: *Georgian: (marganetsi)*German: *Greek, Modern: (manganio) *Hebrew: (mangan)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *: manganese*Irish: *Italian: *Japanese: (mangan)*: *Kazakh: (marganets)*Korean: (manggan), (mangganijeu)*Latvian: *Lithuanian: *: *Macedonian: (mangan) *Malay: *: *: *Mongolian: (mangan)*Norwegian: *Polish: *Portuguese: (Brazil), (Portugal)*Romanian: *Russian: (marganets) *: *Serbian: (mangan) *Slovak: *Slovene: *Spanish: *Swedish: *: *Tamil: (sevvirumbu)*Thai: (maengkanit)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (marhanets’) *Uzbek: (marganets)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: * — (Many of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author.)*Manganese***----manganese, /ma?ga?nese/, /maNganese/manganese # manganes... Read More by user

calcium

 # a actinic aspect (symbol Ca) with an of 20.*Romanian: *Russian: (kaltsij) *: *Serbian: (kalcijum) *Slovak: *: *Spanish: *Swedish: *: *: (kalciyam)*Thai: (kh?lsiam)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (kaltsij) *: (kaltsiy)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/be.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)***... Read More by user

chlorine

 #a toxic, green, aerial actinic aspect (symbol Cl) with an of 17.*Slovenian: *Spanish: *Swedish: *: *Tamil: (kulorin)*Thai: (khlorin)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (khlor) *: (khlor)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: For ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/be.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)* if acclimated as a ***... Read More by user

aluminium

 # A light, ablaze metal extracted from , and a actinic aspect (symbol Al) with an of 13.#Both spellings are acclimated in Canada.#For advice on the origins of the two spellings, see Aluminium#Spelling****: aluminium*Albanian: *Arabic: (’aluminyum) *Armenian: (alyuminum)*Basque: *: (aljuminij) *Bosnian: *: *Bulgarian: (aluminij) *: *Chinese: / (lu)*: *: *Czech: *Danish: aluminium*Dutch: aluminium *Esperanto: *Estonian: *: aluminium*Finnish: *French: aluminium *: aluminium*: *: *: (alumini)*German: *Greek, Modern: (alouminio) *Hebrew: (aluminyum)*Hungarian: *Icelandic: *: aluminium*: *Italian: *Japanese: (aruminiumu)*: *: (alyuminii)*Korean: (alluminyum)*Latin: aluminium *Latvian: *Lithuanian: *: aluminium*Macedonian: (aluminium)*Malay: aluminium*: *: *Mongolian: (hongon)*Norwegian: aluminium*Polish: , aluminium *Portuguese: *Romanian: *Russian: (aljuminij) *Scottish Gaelic: *Serbian: () *Slovak: *Slovene: *Spanish: *Swedish: *Tajik: *Tamil: (aluminiyam)*Thai: (aluminiam)*Turkish: *Ukrai... Read More by user

neon

 # The (symbol Ne) with an of 10.# s, collectively.# a fishelementneon signsneon tetraFor ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/ne.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author, who has spent a lot of accomplishment to get them encoded in unicode.)----neon m#neon... Read More by user

boron

 :bo·ron#The (symbol B) with an of 5; a *Russian: (bor) *: *Serbian: ()*Slovak: *: *Spanish: *Swedish: *: *Tamil: (kaar-mam)*Thai: (boron)*Turkish: *Ukrainian: (bor)*: (bor)*Vietnamese: *Welsh: boronFor ancestry and added advice accredit to:http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/be.html(A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)****----Common Germanic *, beginning aswell Old English , Old Norse boron# to... Read More by user

 

 

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