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İngilizce - Türkçe

Cıva gerçekten bir metal midir? - Is mercury really a metal?

Balıkta kayda değer miktarda cıva bulunmadı. - There was no appreciable quantity of mercury found in the fish.


Jüpiter'in uydularından biri, Ganymede, gezegen Merkür'den daha büyüktür. - One of Jupiter's moons, Ganymede, is larger than the planet Mercury.

Güneş sistemimizde sekiz gezegen var: Merkür, Venüs, Dünya, Mars, Jüpiter, Satürn, Uranüs,ve Neptün var. - There are 8 planets in our solar system: there's Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

Termometre veya barometrede bulunan cıva sütunu
Yer fesleğeni, (bot.) Mercurialis perennis
(astr.) Merkür, Utarit
Romalıların ticaret mabudu
{i} Merkür [(Astronomi) ]
{i} ticaret tanrısı [mit.]
{i} Merkür [mit.]
i., gökb. Merkür

Merkür tanrıların habercisiydi. - Mercury was the messenger of the gods.


Tom her gün konserve ton balığı yemekten civa zehirlenmesi oldu. - Tom got mercury poisoning from eating canned tuna every day.

Tom her gün konserve ton balığı yediği için civa zehirlenmesi oldu. - Tom got mercury poisoning because he ate canned tuna every day.

ticaret tanrısı
cıva (simgesi hg)
mercuryvapor lamp civa buharlı lamba
(Nükleer Bilimler) (Hg) civa
i., kim. cıva
(Tıp) Hg sembolü ile bilinen atom no: 80 ve atom ağırlığı: 200.6 olan kimyasal element, civa
yer fesleğeni
Mercurialis perennis
mercury chloride
(Kimya) civa klorür
mercury chloride
cıva klorit
mercury ore
(Madencilik) civa cevheri
mercury switch
cıvalı kontak
mercury vapor
cıva buharı
mercury arc
cıvalı ark
mercury arc
cıva arkı
mercury arc converter
cıva arklı değiştirici
mercury arc rectifier
cıva arklı redresör
mercury barometer
cıvalı barometre
mercury cell
cıvalı pil
mercury chloride
cıva klorür
mercury column
cıva sütunu
mercury delay line
cıvalı geciktirme hattı
mercury discharge lamp
cıva buharlı lamba
mercury fulminate
cıva fülminat
mercury gauge
cıvalı manometre
mercury memory
cıva bellek
mercury mordant
cıva mordanı
mercury nitrate
cıva nitrat
mercury pool cathode
cıva banyolu katot
mercury relay
cıvalı röle
mercury storage
cıvalı bellek
mercury sulphide
cıva sülfür
mercury switch
cıvalı anahtar
mercury thermometer
cıvalı termometre
mercury vapour
cıva buharı
mercury vapour lamp
cıva buharlı ocak
mercury vapour rectifier
cıva buharlı redresör
mercury vapour tube
cıva buharlı tüp
mercury wetted relay
cıvalı yaş röle
mercury arc rectifier
cıvalı ark redresörü
mercury balance
civa terazisi
mercury barometer
cıvalı basınçölçer
mercury content
cıva hacmi
mercury deposit
(Madencilik) civa cevher yatağı
mercury diffusion pump
cıvalı difüzyon pompası
mercury drip electrode
civa damla elektrodu
mercury fulminate
(Askeri) cıva fulminatı
mercury fulminate
(Askeri) CIVA FULMİNATI: Sürtünme, çarpma hararet tesiriyle ateşlenen ve çok süratle yanan hassas bir infilak maddesi. Cıva fülminatı; mermi, mayın veya bombalardaki diğer infilak maddelerini infilak ettirmek için kullanılır. Buna "fulminate of mercury" de denir
mercury fulminate
(Askeri) patlayıcı cıva eczası
mercury intensifier
(Kimya) civalı kuvvetlendirici
mercury lamp
cıva buharlı ampul
mercury memory
cıva hafıza
mercury pollution
civa kirlenmesi
mercury sulphide
cıva sulfur
mercury thermometer
civalı termometre
mercury tungsten lamp
cıvalı elektrik ampulü
mercury vapor lamp
cıva buharlı lâmba
mercury volumetric meter
civalı hacim ölçer
dropping mercury electrode
cıva damla elektrotu
dropping mercury
hava sıcaklığının düşmesi
rising mercury
hava sıcaklığının yükselmesi
acute mercury poisoning
(Tıp) akut civa zehirlenmesi
binodide of mercury
(Tıp) Potasyum iyodür çözeltisi içinde civa iyodür katılarak elde olunan sıvı
containing mercury
dental mercury
(Diş Hekimliği) civa
fulminate of mercury
duyarlı fünye patlayıcısı
fulminate of mercury
civa fülminatı
inches of mercury
(Meteoroloji) inç cıva
İngilizce - İngilizce
The Roman god associated with speed, sometimes used as a messenger. He wore winged sandals. Mercury corresponded to the Greek god Hermes
The planet in the solar system with the closest orbit to the Sun, named after the god; represented by ☿
The ambient temperature.(Due to mercury's use in thermometers)

The mercury there has averaged 37.6C, 2.3C above the February norm.

A silvery-colored metallic chemical element, liquid at room temperature, with atomic number 80 and symbol Hg
{n} quicksilver, sprightliness, a planet
{i} planet closest to the sun (Astronomy); Roman god of thieves who served as a messenger for the other gods (Mythology); nickname of Freddie Mercury, famous singer from the British group Queen
The planet in the solar system with the closest orbit to the Sun, named after the god; represented by ☿
Metal Extremely toxic to fish Maximum continuous safe level = 0 00005ppm, 0 002 maximum for short periods
Specific gravity 13
Mercury is the only elemental metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures, with a freezing point of -38 °F (-39 °C) and a boiling point of 674 °F (356.9 °C). Silvery white, dense, toxic (see mercury poisoning), and a good conductor of electricity, mercury is occasionally found free in nature but usually occurs as the red sulfide ore, cinnabar (HgS). It has many uses in dental and industrial amalgams, as a catalyst, in electrical and measuring apparatus and instruments (e.g., thermometers), as the cathode in electrolytic cells, in mercury-vapour lamps, and as a coolant and neutron absorber in nuclear power plants. Many of mercury's compounds, in which it has valence 1 or 2, are pigments, pesticides, and medicinals. It is a dangerous pollutant because it concentrates in animal tissues in increasing amounts up the food chain
A naturally occurring trace metal that accumulates in the environment, and bioaccumulates and biomagnifies in the aquatic food chain Mercury can be toxic to humans and aquatic life Copper usually enters water as a result of improper waste disposal Measured in mg/L or ppm The MCL for mercury is 0 002 mg/L or ppm
Mercury is a toxic metal with an affinity for lipid rich tissues like the brain
The ambient temperature.(Due to mercurys use in thermometers)
An experimental digital library project to mount scientific journals online at Carnegie Mellon University from 1987 to 1993
Albedo Features, Crater, Dorsum, Mons, Planitia, Rupes, Vallis
Sprightly or mercurial quality; spirit; mutability; fickleness
A carrier of tidings; a newsboy; a messenger; hence, also, a newspaper
a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
Mercurius = [Latin] messenger god, same as [Greek] Hermes The Romans and Greeks of long ago believed in many Gods, and Mercurius/Hermes was the messenger of their Gods Mercurius delivered his messages very fast, and so other fast things were named after him, such as the planet Mercury, which goes fastest around the Sun of any planet, and the metal mercury, which is liquid (like water) at room temperature and so moves very fast The metal mercury is used in old thermometers and barometers Another name for the metal mercury is quicksilver, which means "live - i e moving - silver" Mercury is used in a bearing in the Vacuum Tower Telescope
The element mercury, excluding any associated elements and includes mercury in particulates, vapors, aerosols, and compounds
the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun
A heavy, toxic and volatile silvery conducting metal, which is liquid at room temperature Associated by most people with thermometers and barometers, but also used as an industrial chemical in a range of processes (e g chlorine production) Most of the mercury in the environment stems from natural sources (e g volcanoes, glaciers, oceans and seas)
It is a heavy, opaque, glistening liquid (commonly called quicksilver), and is used in barometers, thermometers, etc
Heavy metal that can accumulate in the environment and is highly toxic if breathed or swallowed
Mercury is a naturally occurring element which is present in various ores The major source in Europe is in Spain (Almadén) Mercury has been used for 100 years in electrolytic chlorine production
One of the planets of the solar system, being the one nearest the sun, from which its mean distance is about 36,000,000 miles
A poisonous metallic elementliquid at ordinary temperaturesthat is used in scientific instruments and can cause kidney or nervous system disorders back to top
A plant (Mercurialis annua), of the Spurge family, the leaves of which are sometimes used for spinach, in Europe
The statue in the middle of the main quad of Christ Church This is surrounded by a small pond which the more aesthetic undergraduates sometimes frequent after a contretemps with a group of hearties
A metallic element of atomic weight 200 6 1, unique (for metals) in that it remains liquid under all but very extreme temperatures
A Latin god of commerce and gain; treated by the poets as identical with the Greek Hermes, messenger of the gods, conductor of souls to the lower world, and god of eloquence
Mercury is a silver-coloured liquid metal that is used especially in thermometers and barometers. the planet that is nearest the sun. a heavy silver-white poisonous metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures, and is used in thermometers. It is a chemical element : symbol Hg (Mercury). In Roman religion, the god of merchants, commonly identified with the Greek messenger of the gods, Hermes. His temple on Rome's Aventine Hill was dedicated in 495 BC. The goddess Maia was identified as his mother, and the two were honoured in a festival on May
Closest planet to the Sun

Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. - Mercury is the planet nearest to the sun.

Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. - Mercury is the nearest planet to the sun.

{i} messenger, courier
Symbol Hg (Hydrargyrum)
Its period is 88 days, and its diameter 3,000 miles
To wash with a preparation of mercury
temperature measured by a mercury thermometer; "the mercury was falling rapidly" the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun (Roman mythology) messenger of Jupiter and god of commerce; counterpart of Greek Hermes a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
Heavy metal that can accumulate in the environment and is highly toxic if breathed or swallowed (See: heavy metals )
1 The innermost planet in the solar system 2 A metallic element that is liquid at room temperature
A government-owned town that is the supply and administration center for the Nevada Test Site Not open to the public except by special arrangement, but the town is visible from US-95 about 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas
Liquid used in thermometers Expands or contracts with changing temperature
(noun)-a substance that is used in thermometers and barometers because it expands and contracts with slight changes in temperature or pressure
A metallic element mostly obtained by reduction from cinnabar, one of its ores
It was named by the alchemists after the god Mercury, and designated by his symbol, &mercury
(Roman mythology) messenger of Jupiter and god of commerce; counterpart of Greek Hermes
A heavy metal that can accumulate in tissue of organisms in the environment and is highly toxic if breathed or swallowed
A metal derived from cinnabar that exists in liquid form at normal temperatures; its affinity for amalgamating with gold and silver made it an essential element in the story of western mining
temperature measured by a mercury thermometer; "the mercury was falling rapidly"
Mercury is the eighth largest planet in the solar system The Hubble Space Telescope cannot be turned on Mercury because its orbit causes Mercury to always have too much of the Sun in the frame That kind of exposure to the Sun would destroy the Hubble Mercury has had many names throughout history Apollo or Hermes was the name depending on whether the planet was seen in the morning or evening sky In Roman mythology, Mercury was the god of commerce, travel, and thievery
{i} quicksilver, heavy metallic element known for its fluidity at average temperatures, element used in thermometers and barometers to measure temperature (Chemistry)
Atomic weight 199
Symbolically he is the trickster, he’s in dreams and the joker He is also known as the messenger to the underworld,and of the heavenly realms
Exists as a silvery, heavy liquid or as a heavy metal It forms various insoluble salts and complex compounds with organic and inorganic chemicals It is used for amalgams, catalysts, electrical apparatuses, instruments such as thermometers and barometers, and in nuclear power plants Mercury released to the environment will remain indefinitely It does not biodegrade but can be biotransformed into various different states Its solubility and state depends heavily on the pH and redox state of the local environment The toxicity, mobility, solubility and other properties depend upon the state the mercury is in, for example whether it forms an insoluble salt with another element or whether it has formed a complex organometallic compound like methyl mercury, which is the most hazardous and stable state of mercury Bioaccumulation is a major concern See Heavy Metals
the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun (Roman mythology) messenger of Jupiter and god of commerce; counterpart of Greek Hermes a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
Mercury is sometimes depicted holding a purse, symbolic of his business functions. More often he is given the attributes of Hermes and portrayed wearing winged sandals or a winged cap and carrying a caduceus. Innermost planet of the solar system. Its average distance from the Sun is about 36 million mi (58 million km), but its highly elliptical orbit carries it 7.5 million mi (12 million km) nearer to and farther from the Sun. It is the second-smallest major planet (after Pluto), having a diameter of about 3,030 mi (4,880 km) and a mass about one-eighteenth of Earth's. With the shortest period of revolution (only 88 Earth days) and the highest average orbital speed (30 mi/second, or 48 km/second) of any planet, it is aptly named after the fleet-footed Roman messenger god. It spins very slowly, making one complete rotation relative to the stars every 59 Earth days, while its solar day (from one sunrise to the next) is 176 Earth days, owing to its revolution around the Sun. Its surface is heavily cratered. Its most impressive feature is perhaps the 800-mi (1,300-km) Caloris Basin, formed by a huge meteorite impact. Mercury also has steep cliffs that extend for hundreds of miles. The discovery of a magnetic field in its vicinity suggests it has a large iron core, which would account for a mean density almost as high as Earth's. Its atmosphere is negligible; its surface gravity, about one-third that of Earth's, holds an exceedingly tenuous layer of gases. Temperatures at its surface change dramatically, ranging from a high that can exceed 800 °F (425 °C) on the sunward side to a low of about -290 °F (-180 °C) at the end of its night. First series of U.S. manned spaceflights (1961-63), which began about three weeks after Yury A. Gagarin became the first human in space. In May 1961 Alan B. Shepard rode the first Mercury space capsule, Freedom 7, on a 15-minute, 302-mi (486-km) suborbital flight, attaining a maximum altitude of 116 mi (186 km). The first U.S. manned flight in orbit was that of the Friendship 7, carrying John H. Glenn, Jr., in February 1962; it completed three orbits. The last Mercury flight, Faith 7, launched in May 1963, was the longest, making 22 orbits in about 34 hours. or quicksilver Metallic chemical element, chemical symbol Hg, atomic number
Mercury has a molecule which consists of only one atom
{i} hydrargyrum
mercury barometer
A barometer which indicates the atmospheric pressure by measuring the height of a column of mercury in a vertical, evacuated tube
mercury-vapor lamp
alternative spelling of mercury-vapour lamp
mercury-vapour lamp
a gaseous discharge lamp in which the arc discharge takes place in mercury vapour; used for highway illumination and as an industrial source of ultraviolet radiation
Mercury program
a US government space programme designed to put human beings in orbit around the Earth. In its first successful flight, John Glenn made three orbits of the Earth in 1962 (1961-63)
mercury barometer
barometer that shows pressure by the height of a column of mercury
mercury barometer
device that contains mercury and is used to measure atmospheric pressure
mercury cell
a primary cell consisting of a zinc anode and a cathode of mercury oxide and an electrolyte of potassium hydroxide
mercury fulminate
chemical compound used in detonators
mercury fulminate
a fulminate that when dry explodes violently if struck or heated; used in detonators and blasting caps and percussion caps
mercury poisoning
a toxic condition caused by ingesting or inhaling mercury; acute mercury poisoning causes a metallic taste and vomiting and diarrhea and kidney problems that may lead to death
mercury poisoning
toxic condition caused by the ingestion or inhalation of mercury; tissue damage that results from exposure to more than little amounts of mercury or its compounds
mercury poisoning
Harmful effects of mercury compounds. Manufacture of paints, various household items, and pesticides uses mercury; the finished product and the waste products released into air and water may contain mercury. The aquatic food chain can concentrate organic mercury compounds in fish and seafood, which, if eaten by humans, can affect the central nervous system, impairing muscle, vision, and cerebral function, leading to paralysis and sometimes death (see Minamata disease). Acute mercury poisoning causes severe digestive-tract inflammation. Mercury accumulates in the kidneys, causing uremia and death. Chronic poisoning, from occupational inhalation or skin absorption, causes metallic taste, oral inflammation, blue gum line, extremity pain and tremor, weight loss, and mental changes (depression and withdrawal). Drugs containing mercury can cause sensitivity reactions, sometimes fatal. In young children, acrodynia (pink disease) is probably caused by an organic mercury compound in house paints
mercury program
a program of rocket-powered flights undertaken by US between 1961 and 1963 with the goal of putting a man in orbit around the earth; "under the Mercury program each flight had one astronaut
mercury thermometer
thermometer consisting of mercury contained in a bulb at the bottom of a graduated sealed glass capillary tube marked in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit; mercury expands with a rise in temperature causing a thin thread of mercury to rise in the tube
mercury vapor
mercury in a gaseous state
mercury-vapor lamp
{i} ultraviolet lamp that contains mercury vapor
mercury-vapor lamp
ultraviolet lamp that emits a strong bluish light (rich in ultraviolet radiation) as electric current passes through mercury vapor
An alternative name for ununbium or copernicium
red mercury
A supposed substance for use in the creation of nuclear bombs and other weapons, about which there are various conspiracy theories
Freddie Mercury
{i} (1946-1991) famous singer from the British group Queen
dog's mercury
A creeping, ill-smelling Old World weed (Mercurialis perennis) having small greenish flowers
dog's mercury
European perennial weedy plant with greenish flowers
fulminate of mercury
chemical compound derived from the heating of mercury and used in explosive devices, an explosive salt, mercury salt
fulminate of mercury
A gray crystalline powder, HgC, that when dry explodes under percussion or heat and is used in detonators and as a high explosive
herb mercury
Eurafrican annual naturalized in America as a weed; formerly dried for use as a purgative, diuretic or antisyphilitic
three-seeded mercury
weedy herb of eastern North America