From this figure, it is possible to observe a higher intensity of the monoclinic
phase peaks at 13.
In ZTA, for example, particles above a critical size will transform to monoclinic
symmetry upon cooling to room temperature.
For the second monoclinic
modification, it is further noted that the metric symmetry (Table 4) exceeds the crystal symmetry--i.
The transmitted field due to horizontally polarized shear waves incident on an irregularity of a monoclinic
layer has been considered.
These spheres are then sintered at temperatures reaching 900[degrees]C to produce a monoclinic
crystallographic form of zirconia.
Single crystal study of this compound revealed to be a monoclinic
crystal system (space group P2(1)/n with a = 8.
This shape is described as monoclinic
, meaning the crystals are like crooked cubes.
Crocidolite is a hydrated silicate of sodium and iron, amosite is a monoclinic
silicate of iron and magnesium, anthophyllite is a magnesium iron silicate of low aluminium content, tremolite is a hydrated calcium magnesium silicate, and actinolite is a monoclinic
calcium magnesium iron member of the amphibole group.
Made only of tetragonal zirconia grains, the structure of the Y-TZP grains can then be transformed to a monoclinic
structure under various stresses.
Structural Relationships Between Monoclinic
and Laves Phase Precipitates in Mg-Zn-Y alloys (J.
In particular, depending on the crystallization conditions and molecular characteristics, different packing structures of the PP helices lead to the formation of the four well-known crystal forms: monoclinic
([alpha]), trigonal ([beta]), triclinic ([gamma]), and smectic ([delta]) structure [1, 2].
It is most important to suppress the sizes of the monoclinic
crystals to less than 9 nm to improve the knot strength of the illaments.