Medical Dictionary


noun plat·i·num \ˈplat-nəm, -ən-əm\

Medical Definition of PLATINUM

:  a heavy precious grayish white noncorroding ductile malleable metallic element that fuses with difficulty and is used especially in chemical ware and apparatus, as a catalyst, and in dental and jewelry alloys—symbol Pt; see element table


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