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English-German translation for: radon
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NOUN   radon | -
SYNO   Rn | atomic number 86 | radon
NOUN   das Radon | -
SYNO   Radon | Radongas
chem. radon <Rn>
Radon {n} <Rn>
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chem. radon atomRadonatom {n}
radon concentrationRadonkonzentration {f} [auch: Radon-Konzentration]
chem. med. radon contaminationRadon-Kontamination {f}
med. radon exposureRadonbelastung {f}
chem. radon fluorideRadonfluorid {n}
radon galleriesHeilstollen {m} mit radonhaltiger Luft
chem. radon gasRadongas {n}
chem. radon isotopeRadonisotop {n} [auch: Radon-Isotop]
med. TrVocab. radon spaRadonbad {n}
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chem. concentration of radonRadonkonzentration {f} [auch: Radon-Konzentration]
math. Radon-Nikodym density [Radon-Nikodym derivative]Radon-Nikodým-Dichte {f} [Radon-Nikodým-Ableitung]
math. Radon-Nikodym derivative <RN-derivative, R-N derivative>Radon-Nikodým-Ableitung {f} <RN-Ableitung> [Radon-Nikodym-Ableitung]
math. Radon-Nikodym theorem [also: theorem of Radon-Nikodym]Satz {m} von Radon-Nikodym / Radon-Nikodým
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