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mes·o·mor·phic

(mez'ō-mōrf'ik),
Relating to mesomorphs.
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mesomorphic

(mĕz′ə-môr′fĭk, mĕs′-)
adj.
1. also mesomorphous (-môr′fəs) Of, relating to, or existing in a state of matter intermediate between liquid and crystal.
2. Of or relating to a mesomorph.

mes′o·mor′phism, mes′o·mor′phy n.
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mes·o·mor·phic

(mez'ō-mōrf'ik)
Relating to a mesomorph.
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However, X-ray diffraction results suggest that increased order produced by stretching is mesomorphous in nature, rather than three dimensional crystallinity.
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