trigonally


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trigonally

(ˈtrɪɡənəlɪ)
adv
from a trigonal point of view
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The interstices are trigonally distorted octahedra formed by two triangles of [O.sup.2-] ions in adjacent sheets; the triangles are rotated by 176[degrees] from each other, reducing the symmetry of the octahedra from [C.sub.3v] to [C.sub.3] (the symmetry of the lattice is [D.sub.3d]).
fruits are trigonally symmetrical with three hyaline wings lacking venation.
Respectively 8, 12 and 14 cm tall, the crystals are well developed, trigonally terminated and lustrous, and they may be harbingers of dramatic things (other than war) which Kashmir may soon have to offer.