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mendelevium

 (Md) [men″dĕ-le´ve-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 101, atomic weight 256. (See Appendix 6.)

men·de·le·vi·um (Md),

(men'dĕ-lē'vē-ŭm),
An element, atomic no. 101, atomic wt. 258.1, prepared in 1955 by bombardment of einsteinium with alpha particles.
[D. Mendeléeff]

mendelevium

/men·de·le·vi·um/ (Md) (men″dĕ-le´ve-um) a chemical element, at. no. 101.

mendelevium (Md)

[men′dəlē′vē·əm]
Etymology: Dimitrii Ivanovich Mendeleev, Russian chemist, 1834-1907
a synthetic element in the actinide group. Its atomic number is 101. The atomic mass of its most stable isotope is 256. It is the ninth transuranic element.

men·de·le·vi·um

(men-dĕ-lē'vē-ŭm)
An element, atomic no. 101, atomic wt. 258.1, prepared in 1955 by bombardment of einsteinium with alpha particles.
[D. Mendeléeff]

Mendeléeff,

Dimitri (Dmitri) I., Russian chemist, 1834-1907.
Mendeléeff law - the properties of elements are periodical functions of their atomic weights. Synonym(s): periodic law
mendelevium - an element, atomic No. 101, atomic weight 258.1, prepared in 1955 by bombardment of einsteinium with alpha particles.

mendelevium

a chemical element, atomic number 101, atomic weight 256, symbol Md. See Table 6.