[ster-ee-oh-ahy-som-uh-riz-uh m, steer-] /ˌstɛr i oʊ aɪˈsɒm əˌrɪz əm, ˌstɪər-/
the isomerism ascribed to different relative positions of the atoms or groups of atoms in the molecules of organic compounds.
(chem) isomerism caused by differences in the spatial arrangement of atoms in molecules
stereoisomerism ster·e·o·i·som·er·ism (stěr’ē-ō-ī-sŏm’ə-rĭz’əm, stēr’-)
Isomerism created by differences in the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule.
ster’e·o·i’so·mer’ic (-ī’-sə-měr’ĭk) adj.
[ster-ee-oh-li-thog-ruh-fee] /ˌstɛr i oʊ lɪˈθɒg rə fi/ noun 1. a process for creating three-dimensional objects using a computer-controlled laser to build up the required structure, layer by layer, from a liquid photopolymer that solidifies.
noun 1. a branch of science dealing with the determination of the three-dimensional structure of objects based on two-dimensional views of them.
noun 1. (botany, rare) the tissue of a plant that provides mechanical support
noun 1. the measurement of volumes. noun 1. the measurement of volume stereometry ster·e·om·e·try (stěr’ē-ŏm’ĭ-trē, stēr’-) n. The measurement of a solid object or of the cubic capacity of a vessel. The determination of the specific gravity of a liquid.