crystals exist majorly as [alpha] polymorph
and marginal [gamma] type crystals with high crystallinity.
Three commercial grades of calcite and aragonite crystalline polymorph
PCC exhibiting rhombohedral, orthorhombic, and scalenohedral habits were used as pigments in various combinations with rhombohedral habit calcite GCC.
But not all compounds reported as polymorphs
are actually polymorphs
To test the effectiveness of their strategy, the researchers tried it with a common pharmaceutical-industry chemical called ROY, which is famous for having six fully characterized polymorphs
, more than any other molecule.
display vapochromic behaviour upon exposure to VOC's and other solvents.
He said the CSF contained polymorph
cells, which fight infection by engulfing bacteria and destroying them.
Administration of RH-3 before lethal irradiation ensured faster recovery in TLC in general and lymphocytes, polymorphs
and monocytes in particular.
Three regulated silica polymorphs
are naturally present in the soil in combined concentrations as high as 65 percent.
This explains how fat moves from the aqueous phase to the inside surface of air bubbles during baking; why some fat polymorphs
perform better than others; why the melting point of the fat phase is important; and how bubbles can expand without rupturing during baking.
These data are complemented by new understandings on the cause of the crystallization and transitions of the polymorphs
While PVDF can exhibits five different crystal polymorphs
referred to as [alpha], [beta], [delta], [gamma], and [epsilon] (1), (2), only the [alpha] and [beta] are the most commonly found.
3] (37% polymorphs
, 42% lymphocytes) and platelet count of 6000/mm3 with reticulocyte count of 0.