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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:metal atom
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Accession:CHEBI:33521 term browser browse the term
Definition:An atom of an element that exhibits typical metallic properties, being typically shiny, with high electrical and thermal conductivity.
Synonyms:related_synonym: elemental metal;   elemental metals;   metal element;   metal elements;   metals
 alt_id: CHEBI:25217;   CHEBI:6788
 xref: KEGG:C00050;   PMID:21784043 "Europe PMC";   Wikipedia:Metal


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  CHEBI ontology 19728
    chemical entity 19726
      atom 19724
        metal atom 17209
          alkali metal atom + 9988
          alkaline earth metal atom + 687
          alloy + 0
          aluminium atom + 191
          bismuth atom + 0
          d-block element atom + 16684
          lead atom + 4245
          metal allergen + 12896
          polonium atom + 0
          tin atom + 879
          transition element atom + 16694
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  CHEBI ontology 19728
    subatomic particle 19724
      composite particle 19724
        hadron 19724
          baryon 19724
            nucleon 19724
              atomic nucleus 19724
                atom 19724
                  metal atom 17209
                    alkali metal atom + 9988
                    alkaline earth metal atom + 687
                    alloy + 0
                    aluminium atom + 191
                    bismuth atom + 0
                    d-block element atom + 16684
                    lead atom + 4245
                    metal allergen + 12896
                    polonium atom + 0
                    tin atom + 879
                    transition element atom + 16694
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