[ster-ee-oh-reg-yuh-lar-i-tee, steer-] /ˌstɛr i oʊˌrɛg yəˈlær ɪ ti, ˌstɪər-/
(of a polymer) the degree to which successive configurations in space along the chain follow a simple rule.
Also called tacticity.
Compare configuration (def 4).
noun 1. an optical instrument through which two pictures of the same object, taken from slightly different points of view, are viewed, one by each eye, producing the effect of a single picture of the object, with the appearance of depth or relief. noun 1. an optical instrument for viewing two-dimensional pictures and giving them […]
or stereoscopical [ster-ee-uh-skop-ik, steer-] /ˌstɛr i əˈskɒp ɪk, ˌstɪər-/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to three-dimensional vision or any of various processes and devices for giving the illusion of depth from two-dimensional images or reproductions, as of a photograph or motion picture. 2. of, relating to, or characterized by a stereoscope or stereoscopy. stereoscopic /ˌstɛrɪəˈskɒpɪk; […]
noun 1. a microscope that produces a three-dimensional image of an object by focusing on the object from slightly different positions in each of two lenses. stereoscopic microscope n. A microscope having double eyepieces and objectives and independent light paths, producing a three-dimensional image.
- Stereoscopic vision
stereoscopic vision n. The single perception of a slightly different image from each eye, resulting in depth perception. stereoscopic vision (stěr’ē-ə-skŏp’ĭk) See binocular vision.