- Of or denoting a crystal system or three-dimensional geometric arrangement having three axes at right angles, two of them equal.More example sentences
- Superb, equant tetragonal crystals occur on quartz in the junction pockets.
- The crystals are typically tetragonal dipyramids with pinacoids.
- Narsarsukite is another tetragonal mineral that can show a tetragonal prismatic habit, particularly when it develops in open cavities.
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- In addition, Tetragonocrinus has tetragonally positioned accessory canals along the column.
- The secondary thermal aging process requiring tight manufacturing controls for proper microstructural development has limited the supplier base for the tetragonally toughened zirconias.
late 16th century: via late Latin from Greek tetragōnon (neuter of tetragōnos 'four-angled') + -al.
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