centrosymmetric


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centrosymmetric

(ˌsɛntrəʊsɪˈmɛtrɪk)
adj
having symmetry with a central point
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Adj.1.centrosymmetric - having a symmetrical arrangement of radiating parts about a central point
symmetric, symmetrical - having similarity in size, shape, and relative position of corresponding parts
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Here, we will use these results for the inversion of a centrosymmetric Toeplitz-plus-Hankel Bezoutian (shortly, T + H Bezoutian).
Below, we derive the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian of a hydrogen atom in the Earth gravitational field, taking into account couplings of kinetic and potential Coulomb energies of an electron with a weak centrosymmetric gravitational field.
Morgera, On the reducibility of centrosymmetric matrices-applications in engineering problems, Circ.
High-purity centrosymmetric dielectric crystals, that is, crystals with reflection symmetry, such as crystalline sapphire, strontium titanate, or quartz, have generally been found to have lower loss than crystals with noncentrosymmetry (74).
We can conclude, form above given, that Teoplitz matrices are centrosymmetric and satisfy J[T.
n] is also symmetric and centrosymmetric, although not necessarily Toeplitz, we have
Centrosymmetric (cross-symmetric) matrices, their basic properties, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.
Two model examples--hexamethylbenzene, a centrosymmetric crystal with both covalent and Van der Waals bonds, and anhydrous alum, a nocentrosymmetric structure typical of ceramics and metals--are chosen as model crystals and used to explain symmetry, point groups, space groups, Bravais lattices, reciprocal lattices, and diffraction maxima.
Consequently, the sample is centrosymmetric, and no birefringence or phase grating can exist.
His team synthesized a set of dyes, containing a central "squaraine" core, that have entirely centrosymmetric structures.
Centrosymmetric matrices, their basic properties, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors, Amer.
Contributors describe their work in integral equation theories (including bridge functions and applications to classical fluids), the chemical environment of ionic liquids (including the links between liquid structure, dynamics and solvation), counter-ion condensation in nucleic acids, physiochemical applications of scanning electrochemical microscopy, certain shapes of centrosymmetric cyclic dimers involving weak hydrogen bonds, and time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy of nonadiabatic dynamics in polyatomic molecules.