trichroic


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tri·chro·ic

(trī-krō'ik),
Relating to or marked by trichroism.

trichroic

(trī-krō′ĭk) [Gr. treis, three, + chroa, color]
Presenting three different colors when viewed along each of three different axes.
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Three spectra (one for each crystallographic direction) obtained on a trichroic yellow-green/blue/red-violet crystal by Rossman (2007) are distinctly different from each other, as would naturally be expected with a trichroic crystal.
Loo and Gleason [25] used a combination of IR trichroic analysis and TEM to determine the orientation distribution function of montmorillonite platelets in Nylon-6 nanocomposite films.
It can also be seen that in the ND spectrum some of the trichroic peaks (1477, 1416, 1373, 1264, 1202, 1124, 1028, 961, 929 [cm.