crystal phase

crystal phase

[′krist·əl ‚fāz]
(metallurgy)
A crystal structure formed by an alloy over a certain range of values of the relative proportions of its constituents.
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They suggested that crystal perfectioning took place during annealing as a decreased chain mobility of the crystal phase was found.
Clinker based on recycled materials, designed to obtain ferrite and silicate phases, was presented a crystal phase is uniformly distributed over the entire surface of the section.
The ability to understand the crystallisation process would be a breakthrough for API manufacturers and would allow for control of the crystal phase, in terms of purity, particle size and shape, for high quality, safe products.
Ten of the synthesized compounds were observed to exhibit a thermotropic liquid crystal phase between 51[degrees]C and 123[degrees]C.
Control of crystal phase switching and orientation by soluble mollusc-shell proteins.
Clariant has obtained a patent for a process for aftertreating an organic pigment comprised of the steps of providing a mixture of an unground or ground organic crude pigment in a carrier and heating the mixture by microwave irradiation to achieve a mass temperature of the mixture, wherein the mass temperature of the mixture reaches 30 to 250[degrees]C, and wherein the carrier is water, an organic solvent or a mixture thereof, wherein the process results in a pigment having a defined morphology and crystal phase.
In case of crystal phase components, direction was selected along elementary cell axes.
The results of EPR studies indicated that light-insensitive samples were probably treated at a higher temperature, which was closer to the melting point, and the amount of glass increased at the expense of the crystal phase.
Many dental ceramics contain a crystal phase and a glass phase based on the silica structure.
The selectivity of the growing crystal for incorporating molecules of only a specific type and chirality in sugars was found at NBS to depend not only on crystal phase, but also on crystal habit and temperature (4,5) (1)
Nelson of Harvard University propose the existence of a novel, braided liquid crystal phase, in which the long DNA molecules lie in the same direction and a slice at right angles through the sample would reveal the six directions in which neighboring strands lie.