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Thorium (Thorium, thorium / tŭ /, the old translation of 釖, 鋀) is the atomic number of 90 elements, the element symbol Th, actinides, with radioactive. The Latin name comes from the Nordic mythology of the war god Thor (Thor). Thorium-232 will become uranium-233 that can be used as a nuclear fuel by absorbing slow neutrons. Thorium and uranium are the most important fuels for nuclear power plants. ... 钍（Thorium，釷/tŭ/，舊譯作釖、鋀）是原子序数为90的元素，其元素符號為Th，屬锕系元素，具有放射性。其拉丁文名称來自北欧神话的戰神索尔（Thor）。 钍-232会通过吸收慢中子而变成可作核燃料之用的铀-233。钍、铀两种元素是核能发电厂最重要的燃料。...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «钍» OVER TIME
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5 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «钍»
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