¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Steres

**1.** stere [n] - See also: stere

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### 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** ? ..."