isodimorphism

i·so·di·mor·phism

 (ī′sō-dī-môr′fĭz′əm)
n.
Isomorphism between crystalline forms of two dimorphic substances.

isodimorphism

(ˌaɪsəʊdaɪˈmɔːfɪzəm)
n
(Chemistry) a property of a dimorphous substance such that it is isomorphous with another dimorphous substance in both its forms
ˌisodiˈmorphous, ˌisodiˈmorphic adj
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It has been reported that PHBV exhibits the unusual phenomenon of isodimorphism [3].
However, the degree of crystallinity of PHBV is only slightly decreased due to the isodimorphism in PHBV (3), (4).
It should be noticed that the isodimorphism for copolymers is characterized by the fiber repeat of P3(HB) lattice for 3HV concentrations between 0 and 47% and the fiber repeat of P3(HV) lattice is observed for 3HV concentrations greater than 50%.