dissymmetry

[ dih-sim-i-tree, dis-sim- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissymmetry
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Far from establishing in the crystals of this salt the absence of all dissymmetry, he found that they all manifestly possessed it.

The sphere s should be small and of uniform thickness; any dissymmetry of course has the effect to diminish the sensitiveness.

None of these substances, however, has any effect on polarized light or shows any dissymmetry in the form of its crystals.

Pasteur found that the paratartrates were not only dissymmetrical, but that they possessed two forms of dissymmetry.

If Pasteur's idea as to the dissymmetry of crystals were confirmed, a great scientific advance was assured.

Dissymmetry probably represents some essential manifestation of vital force.

Pasteur's own thoughts with regard to dissymmetry rose above even the lofty heights of mere earthly biology.

Pasteur's discoveries in dissymmetry have brought us closer than ever before to the mystery of life.

All his life he kept this question of dissymmetry before his mind and hoped to get back to work at it.

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