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After preliminary measurements are completed, the physicists plan to install a low-temperature cesium iodide detector to search for dark matter.
The Chinese clock, however, is less advanced than its European counterpart, which will use cold cesium atoms.
The city of Soma last year set up municipal incinerators specially designed to burn carcasses and filter out radioactive cesium.
Leap seconds are used to fill in the gap and make Earth’s observed speed align with our most accurate clocks—atomic devices that define a second by measuring the regular decay of radioactive elements such as cesium.
Stuhlinger wrote that cesium would make a more efficient propellant than rubidium.
Around the same time, the first accurate atomic clocks were being developed that used cesium.
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Origin and Etymology of cesium
First Known Use: 1861See Words from the same year
medical Definition of cesium
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