vanadium

Definitions

General Science

  • noun a toxic silvery white metallic element, used in the manufacture of tough steel alloys and as a catalyst

Construction

  • A metallic element used to strengthen some types of steel.

Electronics

  • A silver-gray metallic element whose atomic number is 23. It is soft, ductile, and corrosion-resistant. It has about 15 known isotopes, of which one is stable. It is used mainly in steel alloys, providing additional strength and corrosion resistance. Its chemical symbol is V.
  • chemical symbolV

Food

  • noun an essential mineral that activates enzymes in the body
http://www.dictionarycentral.com/definition/vanadium.html