ヨウ素

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on’yomi
Alternative spelling
沃素
Chemical element
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EtymologyEdit

Compound of (, used phonetically) +‎ (so, chemical element). First used by Morisaburō Ichikawa in Rika Nikki (1872).[1] was used by Shiba Ryōkai in Shichiyaku Shinsetsu (1860) as 沃顛[2] and by Heijirō Takehara in Kagaku Nyūmon (1867-1870) as 沃陳(ヨヂウム) from Dutch jodium.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ヨウ() (yōso

  1. iodine, I
    (ほう)(しゃ)(せい)ヨウ()131(ひゃくさんじゅういち)
    hōshasei no yōso-hyakusanjūichi
    radioactive iodine-131

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Fumiko Kōji, Shōzō Kobayashi, Hiroyuki Hirata, 日本各地の明治中期の理科授業筆記の発見と当時の元素教育
  2. ^ 潘吉星, 中外科學之交流, 1993, →ISBN, page 316