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microcrystalline

[¦mī·krō′krist·əl·ən]
(crystallography)
Composed of or containing crystals that are visible only under the microscope.
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Novel multifunctional pharmaceutical excipients derived from microcrystalline cellulose-starch microparticulate composites prepared by compatibilized reactive polymer blending.
For a better comparison of the microcrystalline structure in the samples, the curve-fitting method has been used.
Shanks, "Polypropylene-- microcrystalline cellulose composites with enhanced compatibility and properties," Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, vol.
A sample each of metronidazole, chitosan, microcrystalline cellulose, and physical mixture of the three materials was prepared in a potassium bromide disk in a hydrostatic press at 6 to 8 tons pressure.
From the literature, diffraction peaks of microcrystalline cellulose are observed at approximately 14.7, 16.6, and 22.6[degrees] [25, 26].
Room-temperature luminescence spectra of [Pr.sup.3+]:La[F.sub.3] ([C.sub.Pr] = 1%) microcrystalline powder and [Pr.sup.3+]:La[F.sub.3] ([C.sub.Pr] = 12%) NPs excited by laser beam at 444 nm are presented in Figure 3.
The extent of viscosity in the products was significantly and directly related to incremental increases in xanthan gum content, and exponentially related to increases in microcrystalline cellulose levels in most pureed food systems.
Cellulose obtained from sugarcane bagasse had superior disintegrant property to cornstarch and microcrystalline cellulose while cellulose obtained from sugarcane scrapings showed comparable disintegrant property to microcrystalline cellulose.
Detailed petrographic investigation for identifying reactive silica in the form of microcrystalline cryptocrystalline amorphous polycrystalline and undulose quartz in natural aggregate are extremely vital for prognosis of Alkali Silica Reactivity (ASR) before using them in high performance concrete.
Vestamid Care is available as nylon 12 and polyether block amides; Trogamid Care resins are transparent nylons with microcrystalline and amorphous molecular chain structures; and Vestakeep Care is a polyetheretherketone.