intracrystalline

intracrystalline

[¦in·trə′krist·əl·ən]
(metallurgy)
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According to Kohn (2004), sector-zoning can be attributed to an intracrystalline compositional difference in regions whose chemical boundaries are crystallographically defined.
Mainly inter- and intracrystalline fissures several mm long with widths ranging from 40 to 100 pm were observed near the granite surface in areas bearing white crust.
Relative influences of solution composition and presence of intracrystalline proteins on magnesium incorporation in calcium carbonate minerals: insight into the vital effects.
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.
Zeolites are crystalline aluminosilicates with open 3D framework structures built of SiO4 and AlO4 tetrahedra linked to each other by sharing all the oxygen atoms to form regular intracrystalline cages and channels of molecular dimensions.
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].
1996) Intracrystalline Rare Earth Element distributions in apatite: Surface structural influences on zoning during Growth.
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.