Sb

Origin of Sb

From the Late Latin word stibium

sb.

s.b.

  1. Baseball. stolen base; stolen bases.

S.B.

1
  1. Bachelor of Science.

Origin of S.B.

1
From the Latin word Scientiae Baccalaureus

S.B.

2
  1. South Britain (England and Wales).
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British Dictionary definitions for sb

sb

the internet domain name for
  1. Solomon Islands

Sb

the chemical symbol for
  1. antimony

Word Origin for Sb

from New Latin stibium

sb.

abbreviation for
  1. substantive
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sb in Medicine

Sb

  1. The symbol for the elementantimony
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sb in Science

Sb

  1. The symbol for antimony.

antimony

[ăntə-mō′nē]
Sb
  1. A metalloid element having many forms, the most common of which is a hard, very brittle, shiny, blue-white crystal. It is used in a wide variety of alloys, especially with lead in car batteries, and in the manufacture of flameproofing compounds. Atomic number 51; atomic weight 121.76; melting point 630.5°C (1,167°F); boiling point 1,380°C (2,516°F); specific gravity 6.691; valence 3, 5. See Periodic Table.
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