The significance of a geochemically isolated intracrystalline
organic fraction within biominerals.
The high removal efficiency for both organic (COD) and inorganic (Fe) pollutants exhibited by the zeolite may be attributed to its high purity, uniform and well compartmentalized intracrystalline
pores resulting from its high surface area and micropore volumes.
In addition, evidence of brittle and ductile shear zones and intracrystalline
deformation is commonly found in these rocks.
A specific study of local intracrystalline
temperature estimation is now being conducted.
These discontinuities are attributed to the intracrystalline
debonding and subsequent crystal fragmentation [1, 10, 35-38].
Aylmore and Quirk (1960, 1962; Quirk and Aylmore 1960) showed that the swelling behaviour between illite crystals (intercrystalline swelling) was similar to the intracrystalline
swelling of montmorillonite.
Radium can replace calcium bone crystals by surface ion exchange and intracrystalline
Microstructural examination of these deformed conglomerates reveals that intracrystalline
plasticity and recrystallization processes have been important in both calcite and quartz, despite the upper-crustal conditions of deformation.
However, the sole presence of micropores in these materials often confines intracrystalline
diffusion, resulting in low utilization of the zeolite active volume in catalyzed reactions.
4] tetrahedra linked to each other by oxygen atoms to form regular intracrystalline
cages and channels having molecular dimensions.
Some of these studies considered polymers presenting an alpha crystallization temperature, above which intracrystalline
interactions are considerably reduced.
More work is needed to elucidate the role of morphology in creep flow of oriented PE fibers and to estimate quantitatively the relation between the contribution of fibrillar slippage and intracrystalline
slip in the total creep deformation.