rhombohedral


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rhombohedral

[¦räm·bō¦hē·drəl]
(crystallography)
Of or pertaining to the rhombohedral system.
Of or pertaining to crystal cleavage in or a centered lattice of the hexagonal system.
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Note the euhedral and rhombohedral crystal terminations, which may display rough surfaces (detailed photograph).
These parallel lines are attributed to polysynthetic twin planes corresponding to the rhombohedral {1011} faces of corundum.
This would indicate that although it is well known that the particle shape of rhombohedral GCC and kaolin clay particles differs significantly, in the case of its effect on void volume as determined here, it is minimal at best.
The aragonite PCC of orthorhombic habit and calcite PCC of rhombohedral habit show an almost similar trend in coated paper properties with the greatest smoothness and paper gloss.
Spectroscopic and X-ray diffraction studies on fluid deposited rhombohedral graphite from the Eastern Ghats Mobile Belt, India".
Rhombohedral Lattice-Matched SiGe achieved mobility higher than 2,000 [cm.
78 GPa, cubic ScF3 becomes rhombohedral ScF3 via octahedral tilting; and pressurizing above 5.
i] is rhombohedral, is as follows: A dolomite crystallite [G.
3] rhombohedral lattice is at an angle of about 30[degrees] to the normal direction of the wall.