Möbius strip[mœˈbē-əs, māˈ-, mōˈ-]
Möbius strip definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A continuous one-sided surface that can be formed from a rectangular strip by rotating one end 180° and attaching it to the other end.
Origin: After August Ferdinand Möbius (1790-1868), German mathematician.
möbius strip - Science Definition
A continuous one-sided surface formed by rotating one end of a rectangular strip 180° and attaching it to the other end. Compare Klein bottle.