orthorhombic


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or·tho·rhom·bic

 (ôr′thō-rŏm′bĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a crystalline structure of three mutually perpendicular axes of different length.

orthorhombic

(ˌɔːθəʊˈrɒmbɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) crystallog relating to the crystal system characterized by three mutually perpendicular unequal axes. Also: rhombic or trimetric

or•tho•rhom•bic

(ˌɔr θəˈrɒm bɪk)

adj.
noting or pertaining to a system of crystallization characterized by three unequal axes intersecting at right angles; rhombic.
[1865–70]

or·tho·rhom·bic

(ôr′thō-rŏm′bĭk)
Relating to a crystal having three axes of different lengths intersecting at right angles. The mineral topaz has orthorhombic crystals. See more at crystal.
Translations
orthorhombique
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However, heat treatment of the obtained particles resulted in Mn2O3 particles of orthorhombic crystal system of high crystallinity.
CsPbI3 is the all-inorganic perovskite with the most appropriate band gap for absorbing sunlight, but this crystal structure is disfavored in bulk materials at room temperature relative to the orthorhombic phase.
These peaks represent the (110) and (200) crystal planes that confirm the orthorhombic crystal in PE-1 and PE-2 as well [46, 47].
The step-like anomaly on the [epsilon]'(T) curve in the compound without BT is known to indicate the range of the structural PT from the orthorhombic to the tetragonal phase ([T.
The spectrum (b) is exhibited the peaks of PbS and Sb2S3 according to literature and have the cubic and orthorhombic structure respectively.
1999, Joint inversion of P- and PS-waves in orthorhombic media: Theory and a physical modeling study.
The combination of the foliation plane and lineation in this plane should correspond to the orthorhombic elastic symmetry of the rock matrix.
3] ICSD code 073446 032100 Crystal system Trigonal Orthorhombic Bravais lattice Rhombohedral Primitive Space group [D.
It possesses high density and hardness and consists of an orthorhombic crystal structure [4].
The brookite polymorph crystallizes as an orthorhombic crystal system; rutile forms a distorted tetragonal system, and anatase a tetragonal crystal system [16-17].
Then she illustrates seven specific crystal systems with examples, among them a monocline system with sucrose, an orthorhombic system with polyethylene, a hexagonal system with magnesium, and a cubic system with acetylene.