dimorph

dimorph

[dahy-mawrf]
noun Crystallography.
either of the two forms assumed by a mineral or other chemical substance exhibiting dimorphism.

Origin:
< Greek dímorphos having two shapes; see di-1, -morph

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dimorph (ˈdaɪmɔːf)
 
n
either of two forms of a substance that exhibits dimorphism

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