- noun a yellowish gas
- chemical symbolF
(written as Fluorine)
- prefix one thousandth of a million millionth (10-15).
- A chemical element whose atomic number is 9. It is a pale yellow diatomic gas which is poisonous and highly corrosive. It is the most electronegative element, and among the nonmetallic elements is the most reactive. It reacts spontaneously and vigorously with most elements, thus it is never found uncombined in nature. It has about 10 known isotopes, of which one is stable. Fluorine has various applications, including its use in ceramics, glass etching, low-friction materials, and lasers. It is a halogen, and its chemical symbol is F.
- noun a chemical element found in bones and teeth
- symbol the hexadecimal number equivalent to decimal number 15
- noun the sixth letter of the alphabet, between E and G