Monolith (plural Monoliths)
- IPA: /ˈma.nə.ˌlɪθ/
- Schoolbook Phonetics: (mäʹnu̇lĭthʺ)
- Last Resort Phonetics: MAH-nuh-lith
- A large single block of stone, used in architecture and sculpture.
- Anything massive, uniform and unmovable.
- (chemistry) in chromatography, a continuous stationary-phase cast as a homogeneous column in a single piece
- monolithic adjective
- (chemistry) Gagnon, Pete (1 August 2008). "Monoliths Emerge as Key Purification Methodology", Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, pg. 48. ISSN 1935-472X. Retrieved on 20 September 2008.
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