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astatine

 [as´tah-tēn]
a chemical element, atomic number 85, atomic weight 210, symbol At. (See Appendix 6.)
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as·ta·tine (At),

(as'tă-tēn),
An artificial radioactive element of the halogen series; atomic no. 85, atomic wt. 211.
[G. astatos, unstable]
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as·ta·tine

(At) (as'tă-tēn)
An artificial radioactive element of the halogen series; atomic no. 85, atomic wt. 211.
[G. astatos, unstable]
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