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rhomb

[räm]
(crystallography)
(mathematics)
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If a tiling of the region bounded by [sigma]r(i) exists, then an intersection of two pseudolines in the associated pseudoline arrangement corresponds to a rhomb in the tiling.
The Penrose rhomb substitution [16] uses the prototile set R(5) and also involves tiling inflated pro-totiles with distorted boundaries, but pairs of opposite edges do not share the same distortion.
Also the Si ions projected range calculated by the SRIM code is shown in this figure (open rhombs) to compare with hydrogen distributions.
dolomite in the form of rhombs which constitute 80% to 90 % and Quartz which are nearly 20%.
Initially, this lozenge, or rhomb, had little to do with actual diamonds, other than the fact that this shape was widely construed as symbolic of that stone.
Finally, Ursula Seidl ("The Roles Played by Fish on Neo-Assyrian Cylinder Seals") contends that the fish and the rhomb or lozenge frequently appearing in the field of Neo-Assyrian cylinders serve as a pair to bracket and thus identify the patron deity of the seal's owner among the several divine figures usually depicted there.
On the border of level 0, the elements are equal to "1", they form a rhomb.
It is our response to what we've seen and what we know.' Now, bands like Regurgitator, Frenzel Rhomb, Spiderbait and the Superjesus pay their respects to two decades of Midnight Oil's take on singing the country.
A plate parallel to the prism ([P.sub.1]-[P.sub.4]) and a plate parallel to the rhomb ([R.sub.1]-[R.sub.4]) were represented in each pair.
A parallelogram whose sides are all equal is called a rhomb (or rhombus).