antilogous pole

noun an·til·o·gous pole \(ˈ)an¦tiləgəs-\

Definition of antilogous pole

  1. :  the pole of a crystal that becomes negatively electrified when the crystal is heated

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Origin and Etymology of antilogous pole

Greek antilogos contradictory, from anti- 1anti- + logos word — more at legend

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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