Translation of allotrope in Spanish:


alótropo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæləˌtroʊp/ /ˈalətrəʊp/


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    alótropo masculine
    • Two allotropes of the element exist, accounting for the slight variation in densities.
    • Each of these allotropes of phosphorous also has its own subset of forms.
    • A third allotrope occurs as an amorphous brown powder with a density of 2.350 grams per cubic centimeter.
    • Arsenic has two allotropes, yellow arsenic and metallic arsenic, which is brittle.
    • Incredibly lightweight carbon nanofoams, essentially a fifth major allotrope of carbon, were discovered several years ago.