Definition of Allotropic

1. Adjective. Of or related to or exhibiting allotropism. "Carbon and sulfur and phosphorus are allotropic elements"

Exact synonyms: Allotropical
Derivative terms: Allotrope, Allotropism, Allotropy, Allotropism, Allotropy
Partainyms: Allotropy, Allotropy



Definition of Allotropic

1. a. Of or pertaining to allotropism.

Definition of Allotropic

1. Adjective. (chemistry) Describing a form of an element that exhibits allotropy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Allotropic

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Allotropic

1. 1. Relating to allotropism. 2. Denoting a type of personality characterised by a preoccupation with the reactions of others. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allotropic

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allotrichia circumscripta
allotriodontia
allotriogeustia
allotriomorph
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allotriomorphs
allotriophagy
allotriosmia
allotriploid
allotrope
allotropes
allotroph
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allotrophs
allotropic (current term)
allotropic personality
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allots
allottable

Literary usage of Allotropic

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1. The Metallography of Steel and Cast Iron by Henry Marion Howe (1916)
"Hardening is allotropic.—What is the nature of the intermediate hardened ... The agreement is almost universal that it is allotropic, in the sense that the ..."

2. The Metallography of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1912)
"Beta Iron or allotropic Theory. — This theory put forward with great vigor ... It is often referred to as the allotropic theory of the hardening of steel. ..."

3. Biographical Memoirs by National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1905)
"On Ring Systems and Other Curve Systems Produced on allotropic Silver by Iodine. ... On allotropic Silver. Part II. Relations of allotropic Silver with ..."

4. Introduction to Metallography by Paul Goerens (1908)
"The change of one allotropic modification is so similar to the change of one state of aggregation into another, that, strictly speaking, the three states of ..."

5. Iron, Steel, and Other Alloys by Henry Marion Howe (1906)
"If graphite, diamond and amorphous carbon coexisted, they would constitute three distinct phases, because a mixture of different allotropic forms, ..."

6. The Crystallization of Iron and Steel: An Introduction to the Study of by Joseph William Mellor (1905)
"Theories of Annealing and Hardening The constitution of steel may thus be viewed from two important aspects— J. The allotropic Changes of the Iron itself. ..."

7. The Principles of Inorganic Chemistry by Wilhelm Ostwald (1904)
"No chemical element combines more generally with other elements than the element oxygen. OZONE allotropic Modification of ..."

8. The Metallurgy of Gold by Thomas Kirke Rose (1906)
"allotropic Forms of Gold.—Little is known of these. The marked influence of traces of other metals on the properties of gold has already been touched on; ..."

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