English - Turkish

  1. cadmium yellow limon sarısı
  2. kadmiyum
  3. kadmiyum (Cd) Nükleer Bilimler
  4. Cd sembolü ile bilinen atom no: 48 ve atom ağırlığı 112.41 olan madeni element, yumuşak ve beyaz bir maden, kadmiyum Tıp
  5. (isim) kadmiyum

English - English

  1. a metallic chemical element (symbol Cd) with an atomic number of 48
  2. It was discovered by Stromeyer in 1817, who named it from its association with zinc or zinc ore
  3. a soft bluish-white ductile malleable toxic bivalent metallic element; occurs in association with zinc ores
  4. Cadmium is identified in the LaMP as one of 11 pollutants of concern It is a naturally occurring inorganic substance which is frequently generated as a byproduct from mining and smelting operations Commercially, it is used for nickel-cadmium batteries
  5. Atomic weight 111
  6. A chemical element, atomic number 48, used in making certain types of solar cells and batteries
  7. Symbol Cd
  8. A comparatively rare element related to zinc, and occurring in some zinc ores
  9. It is a white metal, both ductile and malleable
  10. - Carcinogen and irritant Avoid contact with skin Prolonged skin contact causes dermatitis Can be absorbed through the skin Requires safety glasses, adequate ventilation, and gloves Requires respiratory protection if dusts are present Harmful to aquatic organisms and water treatment plants Dispose of as toxic waste Avoid overheating due to resultant toxic fumes
  11. Chemical symbol Cd Cadmium is produced primarily as a by-product of zinc refining, but also is recovered during the beneficiation and refining of some lead ores and complex copper-zinc ores Cadmium is bluish-white soft metal that can be cut with a knife The principal use of cadmium, which was discovered in Germany in 1817, has been in nickel-cadmium batteries for personal, portable communications, electronic and electrical equipment Other applications include pigments, coatings and plating, stabilizers for plastics and similar synthetics, alloys, lasers, and solar cells
  12. A heavy metal element that accumulates in the environment
  13. a heavy metal that accumulates in the environment Chromium (Cr) - a lustrous, hard, steel gray metallic element used in steel alloys and stainless steel Chronic toxicity - the capacity of a substance to cause long-term poisonous health effects in humans, animals, fish, and other organisms (see Acute toxicity ) Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) - discharge of a mixture of storm water and domestic waste when the flow capacity of a sewer system is exceeded during rainstorms Conifer forest - a forest type comprised primarily of evergreen trees such as pines, spruces, hemlocks and firs Criteria - a standard, rule, or test by which something can be judged; a measure of value Cultural eutrophication - eutrophication that is caused by additions of extra nutrients from human activities (see Eutrophication ) Cultural heritage - historical and archeological past Cultural heritage resources - the physical record and memory of the past
  14. It normally occurs along with other metals, especially zinc, in ores. A silvery white metal capable of taking a high polish, cadmium does not corrode under alkaline (see alkali) conditions; one of its major uses is in electroplating other metals and alloys to protect them. Because it absorbs neutrons effectively, it is used in control rods in some nuclear reactors. Its compounds, in which it has valence 2, are very toxic. They are used as pigments, as phosphors in television and computer monitor screens, as pesticides, and in photographic applications and analytical chemistry
  15. Cadmium is a soft bluish-white metal that is used in the production of nuclear energy. a soft poisonous metal that is used in batteries and in the protective shields in nuclear reactors. It is a chemical element : symbol Cd (cadmia ( CALAMINE LOTION); because cadmium was found in the earth with calamine). Metallic chemical element, chemical symbol Cd, atomic number
  16. A naturally occurring trace metal that accumulates in the environment, causes corrosion of galvanized pipes, and can be toxic to humans and aquatic life Phosphate fertilizers are a major source of cadmium input to agricultural soils Measured in mg/L or ppm The MCL for cadmium is 0 005 mg/L or ppm
  17. A heavy metal that accumulates in the environment Source: US EPA
  18. A soft metal used in electroplating, pigments, plastic stabilizers, batteries, fusible alloys, soft solder, and solder for aluminum Pollution sources include smelter fumes and dust, some incineration products, fertilizer, municipal wastewater and sludge discharges It is also an industrial byproduct of the manufacturing of zinc, copper and lead Ingestion can cause gastrointestinal problems, and inhalation can cause lung problems
  19. Metal used in metal-protecting alloys
  20. A heavy metal that accumulates in the environment (see heavy metals) Cap: A layer of clay, or other impermeable material installed over the top of a closed landfill to prevent entry of rainwater and minimise leachate Capillary Action: A phenomenon associated with the surface tension of a liquid that occurs in fine bore tubes and channels Capture Efficiency: The fraction of organic vapours generated by a process that are directed to an abatement or recovery device Carbon Absorber: An add-on control device that uses activated carbon to absorb volatile organic compounds (VOC) from a gas stream (The VOC are later recovered from the carbon ) Carbon Monoxide (CO): A colourless, odourless, poisonous gas produced by incomplete combustion Carbon Sequestration: Capture and storage of carbon in a manner that prevents it from being released into the atmosphere for a specified period of time, the storage area is commonly referred to as a carbon sink
  21. (Cd) bluish-white toxic metallic element related to zinc and sometimes found in zinc ores (Chemistry) isim

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    Etymology: [ 'kad-mE-&m ] (noun.) 1822. from Greek Καδμεία (calamine), a Cadmium-bearing mixture of minerals, which was named after the god, Κάδμος (Cadmus)
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