crystallinity

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crystallinity

[‚kris·tə′lin·əd·ē]
(crystallography)
The quality or state of being crystalline.
(organic chemistry)
The degree to which polymer molecules are oriented into repeating patterns.
(petrology)
Degree of crystallization exhibited by igneous rock.
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The phial was that already recognized by the chemist's assistant, a tiny bottle of blue glass, containing a few grains of a white crystalline powder, and labelled: "Strychnine Hydrochloride.
When they opened the brick which was wrapped with color brown packing tape, they discovered a white crystalline powder with unlikely smell, Calubaquib said.
The law enforcers ripped the books open and found crystalline powder that the NBI's chemistry division later confirmed was cocaine.
It is often sold as a brown-tinted crystalline powder, which can be crushed and snorted or swallowed.
Isolate is a crystalline powder form of CBD and is the purest product possible.
Further studies indicate ConBlock CDA outperforms traditional crystalline powder admixtures as measured in ASTM C1585, Standard Test Method for Measurement of Rate of Absorption of Water by Hydraulic-Cement Concretes.
With these, the transformation is: highly crystalline powder [right arrow] highly crystalline article.
The salt [(N[H.sub.4]).sub.2][V.sub.4][O.sub.9] synthesized by us represents a crystalline powder of dark color with a density of 2.1 g/[sm.sup.3] and a bulk density of 1.1 g/[sm.sup.3], the water solubility is 5 x [10.sup.-4] mol/l [8, 12].
Although calcination temperature of 1300[degrees]C is sufficient enough to produce high crystalline powder with equiaxed morphology, the presence of irregular particles indicates that calcination time needs to be extended to allow for homogeneous temperature distribution throughout the NiO/Ni[Al.sub.2][O.sub.4] powder.
INTRODUCTION: Aspartame is an odourless white crystalline powder 160-200 times sweeter than sucrose used in beverages.