Example sentences for "crystallographic"

crystallizations; crystallize; crystallized; crystallizes; crystallizing; crystallography; crystalloid; crystalloids; crystals; cryste

- The relative lengths of the
**crystallographic**axes is a very important feature of all crystals except those of the isometric system in which the axes are always of equal length so that the ratio is 1:1:1. - There are three noninterchangeable
**crystallographic**axes at right angles. - To bring out the relations of the faces of a crystal and further aid in classification, prominent, straight lines or directions passing through the center of a crystal are chosen as
**crystallographic**axes. - Many crystals outside the isometric system also exhibit a remarkable tendency to absorb light differently in different
**crystallographic**directions, thus producing two or three color tints, which vary according to the substance. - Characterized by three
**crystallographic**axes at right angles to each other, only two of them interchangeable. - There are three interchangeable crystallographic axes at right angles to each other.
- Characterized by four
**crystallographic**axes, one vertical and three interchangeable horizontal axes making angles of 60 degrees with each other. - Basing our definitions upon both symmetry axes and crystallographic axes, the seven systems are as follows: 1.
- There are three noninterchangeable
**crystallographic**axes, only two of which are at right angles. - The term allotropy has also been applied to inorganic compounds, identical in composition, but assuming different
**crystallographic**forms. - Mitscherlich, who also observed the similarity of the
**crystallographic**characters of selenates and sulphates, which afforded valuable corroboration of his doctrine of isomorphism. - A crystal may be regarded as built up of primitive parallelepipeda, the edges of which are in the ratio of the
**crystallographic**axes, and the angles the axial angles of the crystals. - The relation mentioned above between the
**crystallographic**constants and the chemical composition is unique amongst minerals, and is known as a morphotropic relation. - About the same time, from the Breitenbach meteorite were extracted crystals of Bronzite, which yielded the first
**crystallographic**elements obtained for that mineral: the measurements were made and published by Dr. - The simplest and commonest form of this group is the quadratic octahedron, the ground-form of the quadratic
**crystallographic**system; its equatorial plane is a square. - The simplest and commonest form of this group is the rhombic octahedron, which is also the ground-form of the rhombic
**crystallographic**system. - Optically biaxial crystals in which the three principal optical directions coincide with the three
**crystallographic**axes--corresponding with the orthorhombic system. - There are only three dyad axes of symmetry, which coincide with the
**crystallographic**axes; in addition there are three triad axes and a centre of symmetry. - The isothermal surface in a uniaxial crystal is therefore a spheroid; in cubic crystals it is a sphere; and in biaxial crystals an ellipsoid, the three axes of which coincide, in orthorhombic crystals, with the
**crystallographic**axes. - The optical orientation of an orthorhombic crystal is completely defined by stating to which
**crystallographic**planes the optic axial plane and the acute bisectrix are respectively parallel and perpendicular. - Examined in parallel light between crossed nicols, such a crystal extinguishes parallel to the
**crystallographic**axes, which are often parallel to the edges of a face or section; there is thus usually "straight extinction. - In orthorhombic crystals the three principal vibration-directions coincide with the three
**crystallographic**axes, and have therefore fixed positions in the crystal, which are the same for light of all colours and at all temperatures. - The ultimate aim of
**crystallographic**research is to determine the internal structure of crystals from both physical and chemical data. - Optically biaxial crystals in which only one of the three principal optical directions coincides with a
**crystallographic**axis--corresponding with the monoclinic system. - In anorthic crystals there is no relation between the optical and
**crystallographic**directions, and the exact determination of the optical orientation is often a matter of considerable difficulty. - In the cubic system, for example, the three
**crystallographic**axes are taken parallel to the three tetrad axes of symmetry, i. - Its
**crystallographic**features are well described by the Rev. - This has been done for hemoglobins of the blood by Reichert and Brown, who have shown by
**crystallographic**measurements that the hemoglobins of any species are definite substances for that species. - But the formation of the halo is not, at least in its earlier stages, attended by destruction of the
**crystallographic**and optical properties of the medium. - Brooke, owed its chief value to a mass of crystallographic observations which he had made with his usual accuracy and patience during many years, and there tabulated in his concise manner.
- Tutton draws the general conclusion that the
**crystallographic**properties of the isomorphic rhombic sulphates R{2}SO{4} are a function of the atomic weight of the metals contained in them (see Chapter XV. - Note: In uniaxial crystals, the optic axis has the direction of the vertical
**crystallographic**axis. - Defn: The combination of planes included under a general
**crystallographic**symbol. - Defn: The ratio of the three
**crystallographic**axes which determines the position of any plane; also, the fundamental axial ratio for a given species. - The combination of planes included under a general
**crystallographic**symbol. - The ratio of the three
**crystallographic**axes which determines the position of any plane; also, the fundamental axial ratio for a given species. - This has been done for hemoglobins of the blood by Reichert and Brown,[54] who have shown by
**crystallographic**measurements that the hemoglobins of any species are definite substances for that species.

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