Sc


Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for sc (2 of 7)

SC

South Carolina (approved especially for use with zip code).

Definition for sc (3 of 7)

Origin of sc.

1
< Latin scīlicet, contraction of scīre licet it is permitted to know

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Definition for sc (5 of 7)

Definition for sc (6 of 7)

s.c.

Printing. small capitals.
supercalendered.

Definition for sc (7 of 7)

S.C.

Sanitary Corps.
Security Council (of the U.N.).
Signal Corps.
South Carolina.
Staff Corps.
Supreme Court.

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British Dictionary definitions for sc (1 of 5)

sc

1
/ printing /

abbreviation for

small capitals

British Dictionary definitions for sc (2 of 5)

sc

2

the internet domain name for

Seychelles

British Dictionary definitions for sc (3 of 5)

Sc

the chemical symbol for

scandium

British Dictionary definitions for sc (4 of 5)

SC

abbreviation for

Signal Corps
South Carolina
(in Canada) Star of Courage

British Dictionary definitions for sc (5 of 5)

sc.

abbreviation for

scene
scilicet

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Medicine definitions for sc (1 of 2)

Sc

The symbol for the elementscandium

Medicine definitions for sc (2 of 2)

s.c.

abbr.

sub cutem, sub cute
subcutaneous

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Science definitions for sc (1 of 2)

Sc

The symbol for scandium.

Science definitions for sc (2 of 2)

scandium

[ skăndē-əm ]

Sc

A soft, silvery, very lightweight metallic element that is found in various rare minerals and is a byproduct in the processing of certain uranium ores. It has a high melting point and is used to make high-intensity lights. Atomic number 21; atomic weight 44.956; melting point 1,540°C; boiling point 2,850°C; specific gravity 2.99; valence 3. See Periodic Table.

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