How to Pronounce indium?

Correct pronunciation for the word "indium" is [ɪndˈɪəm], [ɪndˈɪəm], [ɪ_n_d_ˈɪ__ə_m].

"Indium" in context

Indium is a soft, silvery-white metallic element that was discovered in 1863 by the German chemists Ferdinand Reich and Hieronymous Th. Richter. It has a very high boiling point and relatively low melting point, making it useful in a range of industrial applications. It is most commonly used as a trace element in solders and is also found in specialty alloys, semiconductors, and even nuclear reactors. Indium can also be used in a variety of medical applications, including treatment of cancer, ultrasound technology, and X-ray imaging.

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