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allotropic

 [al″o-trop´ik]
1. exhibiting allotropism.
2. more preoccupied with the ideas, actions, and feelings of others than with oneself.

al·lo·tro·pic

(al'ō-trop'ik),
1. Relating to allotropism.
2. Denoting a type of personality characterized by a preoccupation with the reactions of others.
3. A mutation that imparts to one tissue a characteristic typically found in another type of tissue.

allotropic

/al·lo·tro·pic/ (al″o-tro´pik)
1. exhibiting allotropism.
2. concerned with others; said of a type of personality that is more preoccupied with others than with oneself.

allotropic

1 pertaining to a substance that is changed by digestion to retain some of its nutritive value.
2 pertaining to an element that may exist in two or more forms at the atomic level, such as carbon in the diamond, graphite, and buckminsterfullerene forms.

al·lo·tro·pic

(al'ō-trō'pik)
1. Relating to allotropism.
2. Denoting a type of personality characterized by a preoccupation with the reactions of others.

allotropic

exhibiting allotropism.
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There is another ego, according to whose action the individual is unrecognisable, and passes through, as it were, allotropic states which needs a deeper sense than any we've been used to exercise, to discover are states of the same single radically-unchanged element.
Pure unalloyed zirconia is polymorphic and allotropic at ambient pressure, presenting three crystallographic shapes at different temperatures; cubic (c) (from 2680[degrees]C, the melting point, to 2370[degrees]C); tetragonal (t) (from 2370[degrees]C to 1170[degrees]C), monoclinic (m) (from 1170[degrees]C to room temperature) (8).
This new allotropic form of carbon is built up of carbon atoms arranged in hexagons and pentagons, forming very long cylinders.
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The melting point of titanium is 16650C, having two allotropic forms.