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perfect crystal

[′pər·fikt ′krist·əl]
(crystallography)
A crystal without lattice defects; it is an unattained ideal or standard.
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Swarovski crystal pearls have an unparalleled, harmonious and lustrous shimmer-the first in the world to combine the quality of a perfect crystal core with the exquisite beauty of pearl coating.
As one member mentions in the article, it wasn't long ago that a property management company's head of technology was the person who could help staff members remove the virus from their PC or produce the perfect Crystal report.
If all of the proteins in the crystal are aligned in an identical way, forming a very perfect crystal, then all of the proteins will scatter x-rays the same way, and the diffraction pattern will show the fine details of crystal.
However, just as biological function (phenotype) results from much more than just the influence of the primary genetic code, materials function goes well beyond the basic code of perfect crystal structures.
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The experiments were conducted at the NIST Center for Neutron Research on the perfect crystal diffractometer for ultra-high resolution small-angle neutron scattering (USANS) measurements.
Its main attraction is the Matri Mandir, an astounding golden dome meditation temple with the world's optically perfect crystal globe at its center.
This is well-defined by the definition of a perfect crystal.
His voice, a tenor falsetto, was perfect crystal clear, excellent breath control and great feeling.
Perfect crystal interferometry affords precise determination of the coherent scattering length [1-2] of samples.
It wasn't long ago when a property management company's head of technology was the person who could help staff members remove the virus from their PC or produce the perfect Crystal report.