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Element 54, a colorless, inert gas used to fill cathode ray tubes.
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A heavy gas used in specialized electric lamps.
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gaseous element, 1898, from Greek xenon, neuter of xenos "foreign, strange" (see xeno-); coined by its co-discoverer, Scottish chemist Sir William Ramsay (1852-1916); compare krypton.
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a gaseous chemical element
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chemical element with the symbol Xe.
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(Symbol Xe.) A noble gas, atomic number 54, atomic weight 131.3; a heavy, unreactive, colorless element found in the atmosphere to the extent of only 0.0000087% by volume.
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A heavy inert gas found in the atmosphere. It is colourless and odourless.
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A very bright, daylight balanced projection lamp, or a projector with a xenon lamp. A xenon lamp is not interchangeable with a tungsten lamp or arch lamp, but requires a different lamp housing on the [..]
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A high intensity light, with a polished parabolic reflector. (Lighting)
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Lighting produced by current arcing between two electrodes in an extremely small tube filled with inert gases. Xenon lamps are similar to halogen lamps in their characteristics, and are made with electrodes in a small tube filled with an inert gas. These lamps do not burn as hot as halogen lamps and are not as fragile. They operate at a lower volta [..]
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An inert gaseous element.
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(n) a colorless odorless inert gaseous element occurring in the earth's atmosphere in trace amounts
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An inert gaseous chemical element, present in trace amounts in the air and used in some kinds of electric light.
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N stranger's dwelling; hospital for strangers
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An inert gas used as a component in certain lamps to produce a cooler color temperature than standard incandescent. It is often used in applications where halogen may normally be specified because of [..]
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Symbol:"Xe" Atomic Number:"54" Atomic Mass: 131.29amu. It is one of the noble or inert gases. This non-reactive element has been made into several compounds in the [..]
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A type of incandescent lamp, principally characterized by the use of Xenon gas inside. Xenon lamps are commonly used for strip lights, under-cabinet lighting, and recessed display lights.
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is a rare gas sometimes used with electronic flash tubes and enclosed arc light sources.
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A noble gas with the atomic symbol Xe, atomic number 54, and atomic weight 131.30. It is found in the earth's Atmosphere and has been used as an anesthetic.
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A noble gas with the atomic symbol Xe, atomic number 54, and atomic weight 131.30. It is found in the earth's atmosphere and has been used as an anesthetic.
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A gas commonly used in flash tubes, HID (High Intensity Discharge) automotive headlamps, and having an intense white light output with a colour temperature close to that of daylight
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An inert gas that occurs at extremely low concentration in the atmosphere.
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A gas commonly used in flash tubes, HID (High Intensity Discharge) automotive headlamps and cinema projection lamps, and having an intense white light output with a colour temperature close to that of daylight.
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