Definition of Steres

1. Noun. (plural of stere) ¹



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Definition of Steres

1. stere [n] - See also: stere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steres

stereotypes
stereotypic
stereotypical
stereotypically
stereotypies
stereotyping
stereotypist
stereotypists
stereotypographer
stereotypographers
stereotypography
stereotypy
stereoview
stereoviews
stereovision
steres (current term)
sterhydraulic
steric
steric hindrance
sterical
sterically
sterigma
sterigmas
sterigmata
sterigmatum
sterilant
sterilants
sterile
sterilely
sterileness

Literary usage of Steres

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1. Essays in Historical Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1902)
"Now from the volume of formic acid, which contains 6 steres, it is found on ... We obtain then the following rule:—The number of space-units or steres of ..."

2. Essays in Historical Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1894)
"Now from the volume of formic acid, which contains 6 steres, it is found on ... We obtain then the following rule :—The number of space- units or steres of ..."

3. The Relations between chemical constitution and some physical properties by Samuel Smiles (1910)
"equal to the number of component atoms increased by as many steres as there are carbonyl groups. Thus— Ethyl Alcohol: G.H2O' = 9 steres Vm (calc. ..."

4. The Gilbert Arithmetics by Charles H. Gleason, Charles Benajah Gilbert (1910)
"What the value of 2 steres of " Grape Nut," each package containing a liter ... Of 5.5 steres ? Of 8.25 steres ? 3. What is the' approximate value of a pile ..."

5. The Metric System Explained: With Exercises, Examples and Illustrations by Georges Rousselle, British chamber of commerce, Paris (1896)
"How many steres did he sell in all? 13.:; ;{-j He sokl : 27.3 13".5 + 37" + 27",3 + 83".6 = 161".'.. 83.6 161.4 Ans(r-er : 161".4. 2. ..."

6. The Elements of Written Arithmetic: Combining Analysis and Synthesis by James Stewart Eaton (1868)
"Reduce 29 steres to ... Reduce 495 steres to ... In a pile of wood 10 meters long, 1 meter wide and 3 meters high, how many steres ? ..."

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