Orthorhombic vs Nadorite - What's the difference?

orthorhombic | nadorite |


As an adjective orthorhombic

is (crystallography) having three unequal axes at right angles.

As a noun nadorite is

(mineralogy) an orthorhombic brown or yellow mineral containing lead and tin.

orthorhombic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (crystallography) having three unequal axes at right angles
  • See also

    * triclinic * monoclinic * hexagonal * rhombohedral * tetragonal * cubic * pseudoorthorhombic

    nadorite

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia nadorite)
  • (mineralogy) An orthorhombic brown or yellow mineral containing lead and tin.
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