stibium


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stibium

(ˈstɪbɪəm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an obsolete name for antimony
[C14: from Latin: antimony (used as a cosmetic in ancient Rome), via Greek from Egyptian stm]
ˈstibial adj
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4:1 ), the catalyser glycolic stibium (GSb) (~170 ppm ), as well as the anti-etherification agent NaAc (60ppm).
In order to create new biomaterial, the team used compounds based on Germanium, Selenium and Stibium (GeSeSb) and employed a technique called Conformal-Evaporated-Film-by-Rotation (CEFR), which combines thermal evaporation and substrate rotation in a low pressure chamber.
Comparatively, China abounds in rare metal resources and enjoys absolute advantages in the reserves of tungsten, tin, stibium, rare earths, molybdenum, indium, and titanium.