Origin of rhombic
Examples from the Web for rhombic
Historical Examples of rhombic
It crystallises in the 4th (rhombic) system, and its lustre is vitreous.
The crystals are colourless tables, rhombic or hexagonal, according to the modifications produced principally in the acute angles.
At this part the shaft is greatly flattened and the cross section becomes oblong or rhombic.The Central Eskimo
The continuation of this curve, therefore, above 151 forms the stable fusion curve of rhombic sulphur (curve CD).
In the case of sulphur, the transition point of rhombic into monoclinic sulphur was found by Reicher to lie at 95.5.
- relating to or having the shape of a rhombus
- crystallog another word for orthorhombic
- Relating to the rhombencephalon.