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Chemical element
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EtymologyEdit

A New Latin word derived by Swedish chemist Anders Gustaf Ekeberg in 1802, from Latin tantalus,[1] named in honor of Tantalus. See -ium.

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tantalum ‎(countable and uncountable, plural tantalums)

 
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  1. A metallic chemical element (symbol Ta) with atomic number 73.

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  • tantalum Barthelmy, David (accessed 29 August 2016) Webmineral Mineralogy Database[1]
  • tantalum mindat.org[2], Hudson Institute of Mineralogy, accessed 29 August 2016
  1. ^ Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, Robert K. Barnhart (ed.), Chambers, 1988

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NounEdit

tantalum n ‎(genitive tantalī); second declension

  1. tantalum

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Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative tantalum tantala
genitive tantalī tantalōrum
dative tantalō tantalīs
accusative tantalum tantala
ablative tantalō tantalīs
vocative tantalum tantala

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  • IPA(key): [tɑ˧nˈʃaː˨lɔ˧m]

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tantalum n

  1. (uncountable) tantalum
  2. A part of tantalum

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Chemical element
Ta Previous: hafnium (Hf)
Next: tungsten (W)

EtymologyEdit

From English tantalum, from New Latin, from Latin tantalus.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

tantalum

  1. tantalum (chemical element)