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equant

[ee-kwuh nt, ee-kwant] /ˈi kwənt, ˈi kwænt/
adjective
1.
(of a crystal) having all axes of the same length (opposed to anisometric).
Origin
< Latin aequant-, stem of aequāns, present participle of aequāre; see equate
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Examples from the web for equant
  • Apparently the air acts as a fluid and the particles of fly ash are more equant than those of cement and act as ball bearings.
  • The conglomerate clasts are subangular to rounded with prolate, bladed, and equant shapes.
  • Each globule appears as if a paste stringer shrunk in on itself and made itself equant.
  • The bones are relatively equant, robust teeth, maxillae or fragments.

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