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Definition of the adjective allotropic
What does allotropic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or related to or exhibiting allotropism
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Dictionary of Energy (1991)
ALLOTROPIC Referring to any one of several forms of a material, as, for example , there are several allotropic forms of carbon such as charcoal, graphite, and diamond. Also see Carbon. ALLOTROPY The property of a molecule or crystal that ...
Materials, Processes and Equipment by David F. Tver
allotropic metals. The atoms of some chemical elements, both metallic and nonmetallic, will crystallize on different space lattices under different conditions ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1854)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
These modifications of the same body, whether crystallized or not, in which different properties appear, are called allotropic modifications, and the phenomenon is called allotropism. When sulphur is melted by heat, and allowed to cool, it forms ...
by Hillary Walter
allotropic forms elements that can have several different structures with different physical properties- for example, graphite and diamond are two allotropic forms of ...
The Dictionary of Virology (2009)
by Brian W.J. Mahy
allotropic specificity Causes an economically important, lethal disease in ranch- raised mink. All types of mink are susceptible, but the Aleutian genotype, so named because the bluegray coat color is similar to that of the Aleutian blue fox, ...
by Henry Watts, Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir, Henry Forster Morley
Isomeric and allotropio are in fact complementary terms, " isomeric " being employed to predi- cate Identity of composition between different bodies, whilst " allotropic " expresses difference between bodies of identical composition. Such being ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
Three allotropic modifica- tionn of the element carbon are known : diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon (pure lampblack). The different varieties of sulphur, boron, silicon, etc., furnish other examples of allotropism. Though comparatively ...
by Charles P. Poole, Jr.
There exist five allotropic (see Allotropy) modifications of solid carbon: diamond ( sp3-hybridization of orbitals), graphite (sp2-hybridization), fullerene (C60 and analogues, sp2-hybridization), carbyne (sp-hybridization), and amorphous carbon ...
by Mohsen Manutchehr-Danai
Trimorphous, polymorphism, allotropic. dimorphous; having the same chemical composition but exhibiting two different crystal systems. Also called dimorphic. — Polymorphous, trimorphous, allotropic. dinas rock; a term applied to a natural ...
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