spherulitic


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spherulitic

[¦sfir·ə¦lid·ik]
(petrology)
Relating to the texture of a rock composed of numerous spherulites. Also known as globular; sphaerolitic.
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Polarized microscope images showing the spherulitic structure of samples that were crystallized isothermally at 60[degrees]C (a) neat PESu and (b) PESu/0.25 wt% CNC.
4, d); (ii) followed with an imperfect spherulitic structure, about 50 [micro]m thick; and finally (iii) the normal spherulitic configuration of the bulk material for over 130 [micro]m.
Sahni, "Spherulitic growth of single (Gd & Pr) and mixed Di rare earth heptamolybdates in silica gels," Journal of Materials Science, vol.
When the HLB or the surfactant to water ratio increases, the crystals grow from a few micrometers deep under the surface mortar and adopt a very oriented spherulitic structure.
It occurs interstitially within spherulitic boracite lattice-works as colorless paper-thin crystals.
The tubes of calcareous sabellids contain a thin, external, spherulitic layer and a thick, inner, spherulitic prismatic layer (Vinn et al.
The authors try to prove that the most ordered CI in cast iron called spherulitic graphite (SG) have a turbostratique structure.
The orientation values for the precursor MDO films cooled under normal conditions (cooling drum) and not stretched (DR=1) are very low, indicative of a spherulitic structure.
(2007) studied direct observation of spherulitic growth stages of CaC[O.sub.3] by AFM.
The external layer is 0.20-0.50 mm thick at a tube diameter of 3.2 mm and has a semiregular spherulitic prismatic ultrastructure similar to the molluscan spherulitic prismatic structure sensu Carter et al.