metastably

metastably

(ˈmɛtəˌsteɪblɪ)
adv
(General Physics) in a metastable manner
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Passerini and Ruff et al discovered that the tetragonal or even the cubic form could be retained metastably at room temperatures by alloying zirconia with other cubic oxides termed as stabilizers".4
In normal conditions, urine becomes metastably supersaturated when it reaches the collecting ducts (Thamilselvan et al.
When it reaches the Curie point of 590 [degrees]C (30), it transforms metastably and reversibly to the orthorhombic ferroelectric modification.