How To Use Allotropy In A Sentence

  • But it is evident that this is but one of many passages where Indra by implication is compared to the sun; and comparisons do not indicate allotropy. The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited by Morris Jastrow
  • How about thermodynamics, like the phase equilibrium in a binary system containing a eutectic and exhibiting allotropy? Original Signal - Transmitting Digg
  • The difference in the arrangement of space in the atoms that make up the structure of an element is called allotropy.
  • With the exception of nitrogen, all group V elements show allotropy.
  • The best known example for allotropy is iron.
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  • The phenomenon of allotropy is exhibited when an element exists in two or more distinct forms. Natural Kinds
  • About a fourth of the hold was similarly constructed, in order to bring back minerals whose allotropy required Jovian surface conditions. Three Worlds to Conquer
  • When it then became a question of forming an opinion of the reason for these different states, several people, e.g. the American scientist Lea, had recourse to the concept of allotropy which existed previously in chemistry, and was illustrated by the typical example of phosphorus with its two so-called allotropic modifications, the yellow and the red. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1925 - Presentation Speech
  • An example of allotropy is carbon, which can exist as diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon.
  • There seems to be a similar allotropy working in human nature. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • Instances of allotropy in pure metals are: Bolley's lead, which oxidizes readily in air; Schutzenberger's copper; Fritsche 'tin, which falls to powder when exposed to exceptionally cold winter; Gore's antimony; Graham's palladium and allotropic nickel. Scientific American Supplement, No. 799, April 25, 1891

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