Definition of Bisectrices
1. bisectrix [n] - See also: bisectrix
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bisectrices
Literary usage of Bisectrices
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Microscopic Determination of the Nonopaque Minerals by Esper Signius Larsen (1921)
"Moreover, in such sections the acute and obtuse bisectrices can be distinguished, ... The dispersion of the bisectrices can be determined by measuring ..."
2. Microscopical Physiography of the Rock-making Minerals: An Aid to the by Harry Rosenbusch (1889)
"But since every axis of elasticity coincides with a crystallographic axis of symmetry, a proper dispersion of the axes of elasticity (bisectrices) is ..."
3. Manual of Petrographic Methods by Albert Johannsen (1918)
"... the value of the optic axial angle by this means is discussed in full in Art. 416. 362. Sections Inclined to the bisectrices.3—More and more of one ..."
4. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Scientific Study of Minerals by Sir Henry A Miers, Henry A[lexander] Miers (1902)
"Dispersions of the Optic Axes and bisectrices.—It was said above that the indicatrix for light of one colour is not the same as that for light of another ..."
5. The Methods of Petrographic-microscopic Research, Their Relative Accuracy by Frederic Eugene Wright (1911)
"DISPERSION OF THE bisectrices. This feature can be determined occasionally in the interference figure, but parallel polarized light should be used for ..."
6. The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana. 1837-1868: Descriptive Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana, Edward Salisbury Dana (1892)
"The dispersion of the bisectrices possible in this case is called horizontal, in consequence of the relative position of the axial planes to each other. ..."
7. A Text-book of Mineralogy: With an Extended Treatise on Crystallography and by Edward Salisbury Dana (1898)
"In the former case, the position of the bisectrices may lie defined ... The positions of the bisectrices are shown in the section parallel to b (010) of Fig ..."