crystal phase

crystal phase

[′krist·əl ‚fāz]
(metallurgy)
A crystal structure formed by an alloy over a certain range of values of the relative proportions of its constituents.
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For all samples, the crystal diffraction peaks corresponding to Ca12Al14O33 phase, while the CaAl-900-10.0% sample remained with the presence of few diffraction peaks owing to the CaO crystal phase [14], suggesting that the extra unreacted Ca species could be transferred to form calcium oxide after the calcination process [20].
To meet the challenge, Gomes and colleagues developed a system called CRYSTAL for crystal phase mapping, in which multiple bots each take on a different part of the problem, from predicting the phase structures of various combinations to making sure those predictions obey the rules of thermodynamics.
The structural evolution upon stretching has been followed in situ to ensure that no crystal phase transformations occurs upon stretching and that stretching only involves an orientation of the crystalline entities.
The Landau-de Gennes and Oseen-Frank models are the two most widely used continuum models to characterize equilibrium orientational properties of materials in the nematic liquid crystal phase. The Landau-de Gennes model is a mesoscopic phenomenological model expressed in terms of an integral functional of a tensor field Q, the "tensor order parameter." In its simplest form (the "equal elastic constant model"), the functional can be written
Krivosik et al., "Liquid crystal phase shifters at millimeter wave frequencies," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
Post-deposition annealing results in phase transformation which leaves the films with only the hexagonal crystal phase and reduced strain and dislocation density while increasing the crystallite sizes.
Generally, the SiC crystal phase, produced from the SiO vapor and graphite at high temperature over 1500[degrees]C, shows mainly cubic structure of 3C type with hexagonal SiC phase [13].
Therefore, it is reasonable to consider that our ex situ annealed films consist of type (II) hexagonal La oxycarbonate crystal phase.
In order to achieve the balance of charge, oxygen vacancies appear on the anatase surface, which is beneficial to the atomic rearrangement and restructuring of rutile crystal phase, eventually prompting a phase transformation from anatase to rutile.
Clinker based on recycled materials, designed to obtain ferrite and silicate phases, was presented a crystal phase is uniformly distributed over the entire surface of the section.
Dolfi, "Modelling, synthesis and characterization of a millimeter-wave multilayer microstrip liquid crystal phase shifter," Jpn.