Definition of Allotropic. Meaning of Allotropic. Synonyms of Allotropic

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Definition of Allotropic

Allotropic
Allotropic Al`lo*trop"ic ([a^]l`l[-o]*tr[o^]p"[i^]k), Allotropical Al`lo*trop"ic*al (-[i^]k*al), a. [Cf. F. allotropique.] Of or pertaining to allotropism. -- Al`lo*trop"ic*al*ly, adv. Allotropic state, the several conditions which occur in a case of allotropism.

Meaning of Allotropic from wikipedia

- different physical properties and chemical behaviours. The change between allotropic forms is triggered by the same forces that affect other structures, i...
- Tin pest is an autocatalytic, allotropic transformation of the element tin, which causes deterioration of tin objects at low temperatures. Tin pest has...
- in 1998. The band signed to Century Media, who issued the A.M. G.O.D.: Allotropic/Metamorphic Genesis of Dimorphism album, described by AllMusic as "definitely...
- At atmospheric pressure, three allotropic forms of iron exist: alpha iron (α-Fe), gamma iron (γ-Fe), and delta iron (δ-Fe). At very high pressure, a fourth...
- Peacemaker Museum, an organization ****ociated with the above aircraft B36, a quasi-planar allotropic molecule composed of pure boron, the first known borophene...
- A.M.G.O.D. (Allotropic/Metamorphic Genesis of Dimorphism) is the third studio album by Finnish industrial black metal band, ...and Oceans. This album incorporates...
- that sense, allotropes are all homonuclear. Many elements have multiple allotropic forms. In addition to the most common form of gaseous oxygen, O2, and...
- CdTe and CIGS.[citation needed] Amorphous silicon differs from other allotropic variations, such as monocrystalline silicon—a single crystal, and polycrystalline...
- buckminsterfullerene. The physical properties of carbon vary widely with the allotropic form. For example, graphite is opaque and black while diamond is highly...
- titanium is as strong as some steels, but less dense. There are two allotropic forms and five naturally occurring isotopes of this element, 46Ti through...
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