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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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The [alpha] polymorph is the most stable in which molecules are linked in centrosymmetric planar dimers that aggregate to form planar rectangular rods or ribbons which aggregate due to C-H....N interactions.
In addition, the divergence of the pump beam is assumed to be centrosymmetric, so the gain curves are similar under different [M.sup.2.sub.p] factors.
It is thus reasonable to measure the third-harmonic generated far field when probing the bulk especially in centrosymmetric materials where dipolar SHG contribution is forbidden inside the bulk, but dipolar THG and odd-order nonlinear effects are not.
Further, the conjugate centrosymmetric DFT matrix is utilized for beamforming with a rotational invariance property being retained.
Wang, "Bisymmetric and centrosymmetric solutions to systems of real quaternion matrix equations," Computers & Mathematics with Applications, vol.
The propeller had two centrosymmetric blades and its diameter was 135 mm.
When the infrastructure is in the center of road, the field range is centrosymmetric distributed around pressure sources.
Unlike the cubic structure of BaTi[O.sub.3], the tetragonal structure is capable of storing a large amount of potential energy due to the distortion of the [Ti.sup.4+] ions from a centrosymmetric to an asymmetric position within the Ti[O.sub.6] octahedron (as illustrated in Figure 6), resulting in high values of dielectric constant [38].
For monopulse radar, in [31] a power pattern synthesis with centrosymmetric layout constraints is employed using a linear programming approach, guaranteeing optimal solution.
Since the structure is centrosymmetric and the minimum symmetry angle is 30[degrees], the rotation angle selects: 0[degrees], 5[degrees], 10[degrees], 15[degrees], 30[degrees] and 60[degrees], and the measuring data are shown in Figure 7.
This is because of the centrosymmetric nature of the mer-isomer compared to the fac-isomer (Figure 5) [52, 62, 74].