nitrógeno

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See also: nitrogeno

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Chemical element
N
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Etymology[edit]

From French nitrogène, coined by Lavoiser. Synchronically analyzable as nitro- +‎ -geno.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /niˈtɾoxeno/, [niˈt̪ɾo.xe.no]
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Noun[edit]

nitrógeno m (plural nitrógenos)

  1. nitrogen
    Synonym: ázoe

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