Definition of enantiotropy
: the relation of two different forms of the same substance (such as two allotropic forms of tin) that have a definite transition point and can therefore change reversibly each into the other — compare monotropy
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Origin and Etymology of enantiotropy
International Scientific Vocabulary enantio- + -tropy
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