Octahedral


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Octahedral

Forms that exhibit the characteristics of a regular polygon having eight sides.
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The variations in contrast and shape of the octahedral morphology of nCOP in the epoxy matrix were mainly due to difference in electron scattering from different depth regions of the section.
The modification of the octahedral shear stress failure criterion represented by 2[[sigma].
Absorption band shows Al-OH bending vibrations of the Al-Al-OH where Al is the central octahedral cation.
However, there will be some missed operations on the symmetry for the binary octahedral group 2O.
The release of K by tartaric acid extraction was mainly due to release of octahedral cations, such as Al, by the complexing action of the tartrate ion and subsequent release of Si, resulting in partial breakdown of the lattice.
There are composed from two octahedral pyramids, the floor projection is almost ellipse.
On the basis chemical analysis it is shown that metal ions as Al, Fe, and Mg are removed due to acid treatment from the octahedral sites of the parent clay (Mokaya and Jones, 1995).
Due to the octahedral O environment, the 3d electron of Co ions are crystal field split into two distinct energy levels, the upper-lying two-fold level [e.
Although it has been claimed that this complex has an octahedral co-ordination geometry, (25) it appears to be the first example of a mixed-ligand complex with innocent didentate ligands that possesses the trigonal prismatic co-ordination geometry.
01-carat diamond is medium brown, intact with octahedral features, while a 1.
To determine whether compressive failure will occur at borehole wall for a given mud weight, the stress state defined by two variables octahedral shear stress, [[tau].
The mineral salt (sodium chloride) is a cubic crystal, calcium fluoride is octahedral, and pyrite (iron disulfide, FeS2) is dodecahedral.