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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ru•bid•i•umruˈbɪd i əm(n.)

  1. a silver-white, metallic, active element resembling potassium, used in photoelectric cells and radio vacuum tubes. Symbol: Rb; at. wt.: 85.47; at. no.: 37; sp. gr.: 1.53 at 20°C.

    Category: Chemistry

Origin of rubidium:

< G (1861), = L rūbid(us) red (in allusion to the two red lines in its spectrum) +-ium -ium2

ru•bid′ic(adj.)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Rubidic(adj)

    of or pertaining to rubidium; containing rubidium

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