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Meaning of enantiotropy

en•an•ti•ot•ro•py

Pronunciation: (i-nan"tē-o'tru-pē), [key]
— n. Crystall.
  1. polymorphism in which one of the polymorphs may revert to the state of the other at a critical temperature and pressure. Cf. monotropy.
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