monometallic


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mon·o·me·tal·lic

(mon'ō-mĕ-tal'ik),
Containing one atom of a metal per molecule.

monometallic

(mŏn″ō-mĕ-tăl′ĭk)
Containing a single atom of a metal per molecule.
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Under Article I, Section 10, Clause 1, a State may not adopt a monometallic "gold standard" or "silver standard," but must always employ the two metals in tandem--and, of course, always in such a manner as to ensure that, in every particular transaction, "a Tender" required to be made in "gold .
The textile monometallic sample electrode is ready.
When the Herschell Committee was called, from October 27, 1892 to February 2, 1893, India was still a silver monometallic country, the negotiations on bimetallism had failed, and many countries similar to India had already turned to the gold standard as a solution.
They have reported that monometallic Au and Ag have absorption peaks at 517 and 418 nm, respectively.
This is one of the reasons why theorists such as Milton Friedman considered a bimetallic standard inherently more stable than a monometallic (gold-based) regime.
Synthesis of the metal alloy nanoparticle is the need of the recent era due to their unique catalytic, electronic, and optical properties [2-3] distinct from those of the corresponding monometallic particles.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION Movement: Automatic mechanical, SOPROD 9040 calibre, 11A' lignes, 24 jewels, monometallic GlucydurA balance, 28,800 alternations/hour, IncablocA anti-shock device.
In our present work, a macrocyclic binuclear monometallic copper complex has been synthesized and is ionically bonded to the zirconium pillared montmorillonite clay through ion exchange.
The results of TPR show that in the untreated monometallic catalysts new species of Ni[(N[O.
Consider an example: An economy is based on a monometallic silver system, with a type of silver coin named coin A.
As a result, the country was effectively on a monometallic standard based on gold.
Aluminum wire is always bonded at room temperature (ultrasonic bonding) unless a true monometallic bonding condition is involved.