Metals, Heavy D019216

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Description

Metals with high specific gravity, typically larger than 5. They have complex spectra, form colored salts and double salts, have a low electrode potential, are mainly amphoteric, yield weak bases and weak acids, and are oxidizing or reducing agents (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)   MeSH

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Subtype Terms (55)

Actinium
 

Americium
 

Antimony
 

Barium
 

Berkelium
 

Bismuth
4 drugs (3 approved, 1 experimental)

Cadmium
 

Californium
 

Cesium
 

Chromium
 

Cobalt
 

Copper
 

Curium
 

Einsteinium
 

Fermium
 

Francium
 

Gallium
 

Germanium
 

Gold
 

Hafnium
 

Indium
 

Iridium
 

Iron
12 drugs (4 approved, 8 experimental)

Lawrencium
 

Lead
 

Manganese
 

Mendelevium
 

Mercury
 

Molybdenum
 

Neptunium
 

Nickel
1 experimental drug

Niobium
 

Nobelium
 

Osmium
 

Palladium
 

Platinum
 

Plutonium
 

Protactinium
 

Radium
 

Rhenium
 

Rhodium
 

Rubidium
 

Ruthenium
 

Silver
 

Strontium
 

Tantalum
 

Technetium
 

Thallium
 

Thorium
 

Tin
 

Tungsten
 

Uranium
 

Vanadium
 

Zinc
18 drugs (4 approved, 14 experimental)

Zirconium
 

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