noun iso·dimorphism

Definition of isodimorphism

  1. :  isomorphism between the two forms of two dimorphous substances (as iron sulfide and cobalt arsenide) in such a way that each form of one is isomorphous with a form of the other


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Origin and Etymology of isodimorphism

International Scientific Vocabulary is- + dimorphism

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