isomorphous


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i·so·mor·phous

(ī'sō-mōr'fŭs),
Having the same form or shape, or being morphologically equal.
Synonym(s): isomorphic

i·so·mor·phous

(ī'sō-mōr'fŭs)
Having the same form or shape, or being morphologically equal.
Synonym(s): isomorphic.
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It was due to the increasing of Ni2+ in NinMg3-nAl-LDHs changed the M-O bond in the laminate from covalent to ionic gradually, indicating the covalent bonds decreased in the isomorphous substitution process, while the ionic bonds increased.
Isomorphous replacement is also known as isomorphous substitution.
It should be noted that the boron-oxygen hole center (B-OHC) has no doppelganger in [alpha] quartz; however it is isomorphous with the Al-OHC.
of BaO2 is formed by reaction of barium salt solution and hydrogen peroxide solution BaO2 crystallizes as grayish white transparent tetragonal crystals which are isomorphous with barium sulfate, which also gives a vivid green color, as do all barium compounds.
Crystal Structure of Isomorphous Cadmium(II) and Lead(II) Oxalate Trihydrates.
It follows from the examples above that Latvian and Livonian are structurally isomorphous with the archaic Estonian as documented by Wiedemann.
Beta stabilizers like Mo, V, Nb, Ta (isomorphous), Fe, W, Cr, Si, Ni, Co, Mn, H (eutectoid)
After introducing the general concept of bone tissue engineering, they describe the structure of calcium orthophosphates and isomorphous substitutions; present synthesis and sintering methods, including their own synthesis of calcium phosphate nanoparticles and their investigation of thermal stability of substituted phosphates; describe calcium phosphate based granules, ceramics, composites, and cements, along with their results on the technology of porous ceramics, polymer-impregnated composites, and other materials; and present the results of a microstructural investigation of scaffolds and ex vivo tissue engineered bones by three dimensional techniques such as X-ray computer microtomography in reference to the kinetics of bone growth and the properties of engineered bone.
The 4 isomorphous distributions have mean ages of 70.3, 71.2, 71.5, and 69.7 years, respectively.
Structural defects in clay minerals can be classified in three categories: 1) those affecting the layers themselves (cis- or trans-vacancies, order-disorder in the isomorphous substitutions, etc.); 2) those specific to the interlayer space (positions of the cations and of the intercalated molecules); 3) stacking faults (including a change in the nature of stacked layers).