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acicular

[ə′sik·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Needlelike; slender and pointed.
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Besides, thin acicular [alpha] precipitates on the matrix during the water-quenching after hot deformation.
Whereas acicular particles possess lower carbon content, higher oxygen content and metallic element such as Al, Fe.
For reference, the creep distortion in the equiaxed structure and the acicular structure of Ti-6242 are compared.
It is not so easy to count precisely martensite amount such as other typical weld phases: acicular ferrite, grain boundary ferrite, side plate ferrite for low alloy welding [14-27].
En el tercer informe tecnico (BCC 36-2005/B), se considera que las reivindicaciones 9-12 no cumplen con el requisito de claridad porque la reivindicacion 9 define <<cristales de una sustancia de farmaco acicular con una densidad mayor que 200 kg/m>>, por lo que no indica si el cristal es el mencionado en las reivindicaciones precedentes.
In this sense, nanoparticles with acicular morphology can be easily disaggregated because they offer less particle-particle contact area than layered clays.
ned two-phase structure consisting of acicular a phase in prior- a grains.
Although the fibrous and acicular cements can be found in other diagenetic environments (e.
From the classification of the 3D shapes of the pores, we found that high percentages of pores in the classifications acicular (needle-like cylindrical), channels and spheroid occur along the profile for both Latosols (Fig.
This could be attributed to formation of acicular ferrite.