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Definition of the noun amalgam
What does amalgam mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: amalgams
- an alloy of mercury with another metal (usually silver) used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth; except for iron and platinum all metals dissolve in mercury and chemists refer to the resulting mercury mixtures as amalgams
- a combination or blend of diverse things
Alternative definition of the noun amalgam
- A combination of different things
- [metallurgy] An alloy containing mercury
- Amalgam is an Australian alternative rock band.
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Amalgam is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe, a hero who is known to go through the timestream and absorb the traits of dying mutants, so that part of them can still carry on the quest for mutantkind. She first appeared in Uncanny X-Men Annual #16. This was also the issue in which she offered Archangel "The Choice;" a decision to allow her to absorb the mutant's features. She is considered a future version of the X-Men Rogue, having the same power, similar outfit, and appearance.
- Amalgam: In dentistry, amalgam is an alloy of mercury with various metals used for dental fillings. It commonly consists of mercury, silver, tin, copper, and other trace metals. Dental amalgams were first documented in a Tang Dynasty medical text written by Su Kung in 659, and appeared in Germany in 1528. In the 1800s, amalgam became the dental restorative material of choice due to its low cost, ease of application, strength, and durability.
- also known as Amalgam table, dental amalgam
- Amalgam: An alloy, typically a mix of silver, tin, and mercury, used in direct dental restorations.
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by Ronald L. Sakaguchi, John M. Powers
An amalgam is an alloy of mercury and one or more other metals. Dental amalgam is...
by Stephen J. Bonsor, Gavin Pearson
SUMMARY l Dental amalgam has a proven track record as an excellent dental restoration and is still widely used, particularly where economic factors are paramount as it is a relatively cheap material. l Dental amalgam is a very ' forgiving'; ...
CONCISE APPROACH TO OPERATIVE DENTISTRY by DR MOIZ KHAN
Dental amalgam is an alloy made by mixing mercury with a sliver-tin dental amalgam alloy (Ag-Sn). Amalgam alloy is a silver-tin alloy to which varying amounts of Copper (Cu) and small amounts of zinc (Zn) have been added. Low copper ...
by Douglas R. Gnepp
Amalgam is a combination of mercury, silver, tin, copper, and, sometimes, zinc. The mercury usually constitutes half of the mixture and rarely produces obvious tissue necrosis despite its rather high level of toxicity in other settings. Overall ...
A Groundbreaking Program for Improving Your Memory, Concentration, Mood, and Overall Well-Being by Richard Carmona
Dental amalgam is the largest contributor of neurotoxic mercury exposure and affects more than 120 million Americans. Mercury has been the most studied and most closely linked heavy metal that affects brain health, yet the symptoms cover a ...
you will find that an alloy is a mixture of two or more metals by fusion, and an amalgam is a mass of metals made cohesive by the mixture of mercury. The rule for ...
Clinical Applications for Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists by Carol Dixon Hatrick, W. Stephan Eakle, William F. Bird
Dental amalgam is a combination or amalgamation of metals, mostly silver alloy powders and mercury. Its ease of manipulation, good clinical durability, and low cost have made it a popular material that has been used for hundreds of millions ...
by Hélène Andorre Hinson Staley
' AMALGAM is an alloy of mercury mixed with other ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
An instrument used to transfer amalgam alloy to a tooth cavity. It has a hollow working end at an angle to the long axis of the instrument through which amalgam is expelled by a plunger mechanism. It may be made of metal or plastic; the inside ...
amalgam alveolar crest, n See crest, alveolar. alveolar crest group, n a portion of the alveodental ligament that originates in the alveolar crest and fans out to insert into the cervical cementum. alveolar process, n See process, alveolar. alveolar ...
Electrochemical Dictionary (2012)
by Allen J. Bard, György Inzelt, Fritz Scholz
Amalgam because the distance that the radiation travels through the atmosphere is 1.5 times the distance that it travels when the sun is at zenith. AM1. 5 is considered a satisfactory standard for characterization of photovoltaic devices used ...
amalgam /əmal′′gəm/ [ Gk, malagma, soft mass], 1. a mixture or combination. 2. an alloy of mercury, ...
Mosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)
amalgam /əmal′′gəm/ [Gk, malagma, soft mass], 1. a mixture or combination. 2. an alloy of mercury, silver, and other metals commonly used ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
amalgam /ۑmalމgۑm/[Gk, malagma, soft mass], 1. a mixture or combination. 2. an alloy of mercury, silver and other metals commonly used as a dental filling. 3. an alloy, usually made with mercury ...
amalgam tattoo alveoloplasty /alvē′′əlōplas′ tē/, surgical reconstruction and smoothing of the alveolar process or dental ridge.
by Peter Heasman, Giles McCracken
amalgam Mercury- containing alloy which becomes a soft silvery paste on mixing and later hardens. See alsoalloy. A. carrier. Metal or plastic instrument used to convey amalgam, in its ...
Containing Over 6400 Receipts by William Brisbane Dick
Copper' amalgam is best obtained by tirst precipitating metallic copper in a fine state of division from a solution of 2 ounces of blue...
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- Amalgam Meaning
Video shows what amalgam means. An alloy containing mercury. A combination of different things. amalgam synonyms: alloy, blend, combo, compound, ...
- What Is The Definition Of Amalgam Medical Dictionary Free Online
what is the definition of Amalgam: In dentistry, an alloy of mercury, silver, tin, etc. used in dental restorations. medical terminology, medical dictionary, medical ...
- Vocabulary Made Easy Meaning of Amalgam, Synonyms, Antonyms and its Usage
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1L1G2A1M3
The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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