- Erbium is a silvery grey metal that is a member of the lanthanide group of elements.
- Chemical formula for Erbium III Oxide.
- Around 230BC developed a method for finding all prime numbers.
- Chemical formula for Erbium III Boride.
- Chemical formula for Erbium Hexaboride.
- A silvery grey metal that is a member of the lanthanide group of elements.
- Erbium Hexaboride
A rare earth hexaboride compound which has a calcium hexaboride crystal structure.
- Erbium III Boride
It is hard and has a high melting point.
- Erbium III Bromide
A violet crystalline solid which is highly soluble in water.
- Erbium III Chloride
The erbium(III) salt of hydrochloric acid, is a violet solid used for the preparation of erbium metal.
- Erbium III Oxide
Pink color with a cubic crystal structure. Under certain conditions erbium oxide can also have a hexagonal form.
- Chemical formula for Erbium III Bromide.
- Chemical formula for Erbium III Chloride.
- Unit of energy equal to 100.0x10-9J.
- Ergodic Process
- A stationary random process.
- The region around a rotating black hole, between the event horizon and the static limit.
- Abbreviation of Energy Return on Energy Invested.
- The natural wearing away of rocks.
- Erratic Error
- An error caused by an incomplete element in an instrument.
- Details of how to report errors in the Science and Engineering Encyclopaedia.
- Error Correction
- A method using a coding system to correct data errors by use of redundant data within a data block.
- Error Detector
- The component in a servosystem that determines when the load has deviated from its ordered position, velocity, and so forth.
- Error Signal
- The signal whose amplitude and polarity or phase are used to correct the alignment between the controlling and the controlled elements.
- No measurement is exact, they all contain some degree of errors.
- Unit of angular velocity equal to 15° per hour.
- Another name for 1,3-Butadiene.
It is 60–70% as sweet as table sugar yet it is almost noncaloric, does not affect blood sugar, does not cause tooth decay, and is partially absorbed by the body, excreted in urine and feces.