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hexad

 [hek´sad]
1. a group or combination of six similar or related entities.
2. an element with a valence of six.

hex·ad

(heks'ad),
A sexivalent element or radical.

hexad

/hex·ad/ (hek´sad)
1. a group or combination of six similar or related entities.
2. an element with a valence of six.

hex·ad

(heks'ad)
A sexivalent element or radical.

hexad

1. a group or combination of six similar or related entities.
2. an element with a valence of six.
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Negas, Lead alkali apatites without hexad anion: The crystal structure of [Pb.
Does such a notional division into hexads produce a series of large units each beginning and ending at a point of particular historical significance?
There is, however, one example of a hexad outside the Diamond, 5/3-Utonality, in the midst of the sequence (measures 11-12, 29).
These layouts may be complex, like the hexad tunings on the Kitharas, or simple, like the forty-three-tone scale sequence projected on the Chromelodeons, the Boo, and used for some of the Harmonic Canon settings.
Hexad is one of Tracey's longest-running ensembles, a medium-sized combo, featuring his son Clark on the drums.
Hexad was formed in 1985 and has been sporadically active ever since.
This first set will begin with some solo piano, moving through trio, quintet and octet formats, then a ballad feature for Jay Craig's baritone saxophone and a re-creation of the old Hexad line-up.