a.1.Presenting a combination of a cube and an octahedron.
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bullet-shaped, cubo-octahedral, elongated-prismatic (Jogler and Schuler, 2009)], that are not common among those produced inorganically.
Both magnetite crystals obtained through co-precipitation and through partial oxidation from aqueous and gel solutions have a morphology described as cuboidal or cubo-octahedral (Amemiya et al.
Winrow (1986) wrote: "One of the best exposures [of galena] is in the Dow Scar High level, near to the crosscut, where the roof is covered in modified cubes and cubo-octahedral crystals of a dull gray color.