recrystallization temperature


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recrystallization temperature

[rē‚krist·əl·ə′zā·shən ‚tem·prə·chər]
(metallurgy)
The minimum temperature at which complete recrystallization occurs in an annealed cold-worked metal within a specified time.
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The outer ceramic layer with high recrystallization temperature has good anti-oxidation properties and low-resolution ability under high operating temperatures.
4c), which is over the recrystallization temperature which was verified by microstructural analysis.
4b), which exceeds the recrystallization temperature which was verified by microstructural analysis.
Due to the large size of the molecules, the melting point and the recrystallization temperature are not the same in a polymer the way they are in a metal or in a material like ice.
When comparing the melting temperature to the recrystallization temperature, the slow crystallization rate of PHB based polymers and copolymers is evident by a ~100 [degrees] difference in the melting and recrystallization temperatures.
There is an exotherm near 277 [degrees] C in an unannealed sample, which corresponds to a recrystallization temperature ([T.