Definition of Centrosymmetric

1. Adjective. Having a symmetrical arrangement of radiating parts about a central point.

Exact synonyms: Radially Symmetrical
Similar to: Symmetric, Symmetrical



Definition of Centrosymmetric

1. Adjective. (mathematics) Having a centre of symmetry ¹

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Definition of Centrosymmetric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Centrosymmetric

centronuclear
centronuclear myopathy
centroperipheral
centrophenoxine
centrophilic
centrophilin
centroplasm
centrosomal
centrosomally
centrosome
centrosomes
centrosomic
centrosphere
centrospheres
centrostaltic
centrosymmetric (current term)
centrosymmetricity
centrosymmetry
centrum
centrum medianum
centrum medullare
centrum of a vertebra
centrum ovale
centrum semiovale
centrum tendineum perinei
centrums
centry
cents
centu

Literary usage of Centrosymmetric

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"In the case of centrosymmetric structures (structures where there is an atom at ... Structures that are not centrosymmetric have not as yet become quite so ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The statistical averages for the normalized structure factor magnitudes, <|£|) and <|£' — 11 >, were consistent with centrosymmetric space groups. ..."

3. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Theoretical and Practical Study of Minerals by Alexander Hamilton Phillips (1912)
"... centrosymmetric All forms of this type possess a center of symmetry only and each form is composed of a single pair of parallel faces, Fig. 259, Forms. ..."

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