# icosahedral

**IPA:** aɪkˈɑsʌhˈidrʌɫ

### adjective

- Of, relating to, or having the shape of an icosahedron.

# Examples of "icosahedral" in Sentences

- Some admit icosahedral symmetry.
- Solids with icosahedral symmetry.
- Solids with full icosahedral symmetry.
- Chandrashekhar Khare proved the icosahedral case.
- The dimples are arranged in a "icosahedral" pattern.
- The binary icosahedral group is not acyclic, however.
- The 60 wedge shaped proteins make an icosahedral shape.
- From the picture it seems to not be icosahedral or helical.
- The icosahedral symmetry of the capsid is round to elongated.
- Bucky Fuller did an icosahedral projection map that is somewhat famous.
- The capsid is described as being round and displaying icosahedral symmetry.
- So we need 5 indices for polygonal quasicrystals and 6 indices for icosahedral quasicrystals.
- Integration of the nondivergent barotropic equation with an icosahedral hexagonal grid on the sphere.
- As the liquid alloys cool, islands form within them where the atoms are in what is called icosahedral order.
- They consider 4 different dynamic cores, including finite volume, spectral, semi-lagrangian, and icosahedral finite difference.
- Most are either icosahedral or helical, which means as the author helpfully notes that they are shaped like a football or a spiral staircase.
- Researchers had previously been unable to determine the virus's structure because they had assumed that, like many other viruses, it's capsid had a design known as icosahedral symmetry.
- For the four volume restricted to the 24-cell the bounding space is then given by the quotient space SO (3)/I, where I is the binary icosahedral group given by the cyclotomic field on F_9.