Dictionary of the word “dinitrogen”

Meaning of the word

Dinitrogen is a chemical composed of two nitrogen atoms connected with each other, forming a diatomic molecule. It is a colorless, odorless and insipid gas, represented by formula n2.

Origin of the word

The word “dinitrogen” originates in the Greek “di” (two), “nitro” (nitrogen) and “genos” (generate). It was created to describe the molecular composition of gas, which is formed by two nitrogen atoms.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “dinitrogen” are: dinitrogenically, dinitrogenated, dinitrogenically, dinitrogenically.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “dinitrogen”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “dinitrogen” are: nitrogen, molecular nitrogen, nitrogen gas.

Word Definitions

  1. Chemical composed of two nitrogen atoms connected with each other.
  2. colorless, odorless and insipid gas.
  3. Chemical element of atomic number 7 and symbol no.

Phrases that the word applies

1. Dinitrogen is the main component of atmospheric air.

2. The biological fixation of dinitrogen is an important process for soil fertilization.

3. Dinitrogen is used in the chemical industry for ammonia production.

Examples of the word in text

Dinitrogen is a large quantity gas in the earth’s atmosphere, corresponding to about 78% of the total volume of air. It plays a fundamental role in maintaining life, being essential for the formation of proteins and nucleic acids.

Dinitrogen fixation occurs naturally through nitrogen fixing bacteria, which turn gas into nitrogen compounds usable by plants. This process is important for soil fertilization and food production.

Rhymes with the word

Words that rhyme with “dinitrogen”: oxygen, nitrogen, sodium, potassium, fluoride, chlorine, boron, carbon.

Anagrams with the word

1. Nitrinogen

2. Nitrogennium

3. Nitrogenium

4. Nitrogennium

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