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Definition of Dianium

Dianium
Dianium Di*a"ni*um, n. [NL., fr. L. Diana; either as the name of the Roman goddess, or from its use in OE. as a name of silver.] (Chem.) Same as Columbium. [Obs.]

Meaning of Dianium from wikipedia

- was named Dianium, whence the modern name. This town was situated on the cape then called Artemisium (Ancient Gr****: Ἀρτεμίσιον) or Dianium (Ancient Gr****:...
- Dianium was the proposed name for a new element found by the mineralogist and poet Wolfgang Franz von Kobell in 1860. The name derived from the Roman...
- Punic Wars, and later was absorbed into the Roman Empire under the name of Dianium (after their goddess Diana). In the 1st century BC Quintus Sertorius established...
- Orosius (5th century AD) has a form Ianium (in some readings) equivalent to Dianium, referring to either a shrine or the Temple of Diana on the Aventine Hill...
- Eloro Hēmeroskopeion Province of Alicante, Spain Dénia Ἡμεροσκοπεῖον, Dianium Heraclea Perinthus western Turkey Marmara Ereğli Heraclea Thraciae, Heraclea...
- situated on the cape then called Artemisium (Ancient Gr****: Ἀρτεμίσιον) or Dianium (Ancient Gr****: Διάνιον), named from a temple of Ephesia Artemis built...
- tantalum and niobium. The claimed new elements pelopium, ilmenium, and dianium were in fact identical to niobium or mixtures of niobium and tantalum....
- transmitted, perhaps incompletely, by the grammarian Prisci****: Lu**** Dianium in nemore Aricino Egerius Baebius Tuscul**** dedicavit dictator Latinus...
- Janeiro: Zahar, 1977. Mansfield, J (June 2012). "The geology of Utö". Dianium Science. Special issue of the bulletin of the Library of the Chamber of...
- oxychloride (NbOCl3). The claimed new elements pelopium, ilmenium and dianium were in fact identical to niobium or mixtures of niobium and tantalum....
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