krypton

[ UK /kɹˈɪptən/ ]
[ US /ˈkɹɪptɑn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; occurs in trace amounts in air
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How To Use krypton In A Sentence

  • While krypton has a considerable vapour pressure at the temperature of boiling air, the vapour pressure of xenon is hardly appreciable; hence their separation, although tedious, presented no particular difficulty. Sir William Ramsay - Nobel Lecture
  • Although the density of the new gas, which we named "krypton" or Sir William Ramsay - Nobel Lecture
  • He's included chairs with a germ-resistant fabric called krypton (ph) and a seating area for families. CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009
  • Superman is the all-powerful being whose only weakness is kryptonite.
  • While he admits that "the word jazz is like kryptonite" to many potential listeners, he also believes that "it represents tolerance. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • But, the Daily Mirror revealed in May, it will pump deadly Krypton gas back into the atmosphere.
  • Sometimes a mixture of krypton and argon are used instead of the mercury.
  • Is it that grains are like kryptonite to her - she cannot sense them until it's too late? Times, Sunday Times
  • I stood out, collar up against the drizzle, and held up the krypton lamp. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • This calorimeter, which contains 400 kilograms of liquid krypton, detected the photon pairs.
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