Definition of Sodium amalgam

1. Noun. (chemistry) An alloy of sodium and mercury; used as a powerful reducing agent, and in certain types of sodium lamp. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodium Amalgam

sodium-hydrogen antiporter
sodium-responsive periodic paralysis
sodium-translocating NADH-quinone reductase
sodium-vapor lamp
sodium-vapour lamp
sodium ATPase
sodium acetate
sodium acid citrate
sodium acid phosphate
sodium alginate
sodium alum
sodium amalgam (current term)
sodium amide
sodium aminosalicylate
sodium ammonium ATPase
sodium antimonyl tartrate
sodium antimonylgluconate
sodium arsanilate
sodium ascorbate
sodium aurothiomalate
sodium aurothiosulfate
sodium azide
sodium benzoate
sodium bicarb
sodium bichromate

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