monoclinic


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monoclinic

Crystallog relating to or belonging to the crystal system characterized by three unequal axes, one pair of which are not at right angles to each other

monoclinic

[¦män·ə′klin·ik]
(botany)
Having both stamens and pistils in the same flower.
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It can be observed in the image of [beta]-Al (Fe, Cu) pentagonal prism in column structure and small cauliflower nodules showing the [lambda]-[Al.sub.13][Fe.sub.4] monoclinic phase coexisting with the quasicrystalline phase-[phi], in solution solid [10].
Furthermore, based on the isothermal crystallization conditions obtained from this process, three-dimensional crystallization was achieved and the monoclinic packing from partial hydrogen bonds was analyzed.
[7] Onoda M., Chen X., Sato, A., Wada, H.: "Crystal structure and twinning of monoclinic [Cu.sub.2]Sn[S.sub.3]" Materials Research Bulletin, Vol.
Thereby, the rearrangement among the lattice atoms is difficult and then the transformation of tetragonal to monoclinic phase becomes difficult 19.
r-centred k point meshes have been used to sample the Brillouin zone and amounted to 6 x 6 x 6 for the simple cubic perovskite Pm[bar.3]m phase, 6 x 2 x 6 for the monoclinic Pm phase, 6 x 6 x 2 for the orthorhombic Pbcm phase, and 6 x 6 x 2 for the rhombohedral R3c phase, respectively.
[12] reported that different concentrations of coloring pigments led to different LTD behavior of the zirconia and up to 40% of the monoclinic phase was detected after aging.
Cyclic biomimetic mineralization has formed simple Ca-P compounds in monoclinic crystal structure (Fig.
The analytical solution of Saint-Venant's torsion for non-homogeneous, monoclinic, piezoelectric beams (Figure 1) originates from the next displacement and electric potential hypothesis [9,10]
Unlike other dental materials, zirconia has a crystalline structure change from stable monoclinic crystalline structure to tetragonal phase through phase transition when sintered at 1500[degrees]C [8].
The sample shows the characteristic peaks due to zirconia that originated from crystal phase and can be seen at 2[theta] = 28.2[degrees] and 2[theta] = 31.4[degrees] belonging to monoclinic phase of zirconia [21] while peaks responsible for platinum were not seen in the XRD spectrum due to low loading.
The following crystallographic planes for monoclinic phase of iPP were analyzed, (110), (040), and (130), and correspond to diffraction angles 14.1, 16.9, and 18.8.
As x/y = 0 : 1, all peaks can be indexed to monoclinic [Li.sub.3][V.sub.2][(P[O.sub.4]).sub.3] (space group P[2.sub.1]/n, JCPDS 47- 0107) [22].