allotroph

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allotroph (plural allotrophs)

  1. (biology) Any organisms that obtains its energy from food taken from its environment.
  2. (chemistry) A chemical element that exists in two different forms but in the same phase, such as diamond and graphite (both forms of carbon).

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Last modified on 31 March 2014, at 08:05