Plesimorphism

Ple`siĀ·mor'phism noun [ Greek ... near + ... form.] (Crystallog.) The property possessed by some substances of crystallizing in closely similar forms while unlike in chemical composition.
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plesimorphism

<chemistry> The property possessed by some substances of crystallizing in closely similar forms while unlike in chemical composition. ... Origin: Gr. Near + form. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Plesimorphism

• (n.) The property possessed by some substances of crystallizing in closely similar forms while unlike in chemical composition.
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