Your leachate then dislodges the least stable elements, which by happy coincidence are also the most valuable: everything from copper and gold to manganese, silver and zinc.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Stable Element
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We have 106 other meanings of SE in our Acronym Attic
- Spongiform Encephalopathy
- Sport England (UK)
- Sports Edition
- Spreading Efficiency (amount of information bits conveyed by each chip)
- Spring Equinox
- Sprint Express
- Spurious Emission
- Square End
- Square Enix, Ltd
- square error
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, the lighter more stable elements cluster around the opposite end of the table grouped beneath Optimism (Op).
In the nuclear process, mildly radioactive uranium is taken from the ground and bombarded by neutrons--and that part of the uranium which can split (is "fissile") Uranium-235, is transformed into radioactive twins of safe and stable elements in nature: There are hundreds of these "fission products.
I think a weak Iraq is not a stable element for the region.
Byline: ANI London, Feb 11 (ANI): Scientists have come up with a new technique that could help find an "island" of unusually stable elements by directly measuring the mass of elements heavier than uranium.
NAA allows for the analysis of many of the elements of the periodic table by producing radioactive isotopes of naturally stable elements.
To be precise, for any n greater than 3, there are exactly two stable elements ending in (1, n), and these remain stable whatever n we use (including 2 and 3).
By emphasizing both the necessarily uncertain process of historical reconstruction and the specific difficulties that come along with creating a history of Hemingway, he draws attention back to the one relatively stable element in this account, the literary texts themselves.