- noun a metallic trace element. It is essential to biological life and is also used in electric wiring.
- A silvery-white chemical element with atomic number 42. It is hard, malleable, ductile, has a high melting point, and maintains its strength at elevated temperatures. It has about 25 known isotopes, of which 6 are stable. It has various applications in electronics, including is use as an alloying agent, in electrodes and filaments, and in nuclear energy applications. Its chemical symbol is Mo.
- chemical symbol Mo
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