crystal structure

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crys·tal struc·ture

the arrangement in space and the interatomic distances and angles of the atoms in crystals, usually determined by x-ray diffraction measurements.
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The overall design of the faceted crystalline structure responds to the vision set forth by the developer of the district, the Al Ra'idah Investment Company.
Crystalline structure, chemical structure and composition of the coatings have been controlled in a way that it increases the current density in short circuits of dye sensitized solar cells.
In addition, the company has changed the crystalline structure of the product to speed up disintegration in water and to make the formulation drinkable faster.
TCC TB is a highly pure granular powder with a special crystalline structure that allows the production of tablets of high tensile strength already at low compression forces.
The new Ceramic PLUS grain is manufactured in a new way that results in a much finer crystalline structure.
Zinc Oxide thin films were characterised by SEM, crystalline structure and XRD analysis.
1542 nm) to investigate the crystalline structure of the CBT and pCBT resins with regard to annealing temperature and time, and the diffraction intensity was recorded by continuous scanning at a rate of 0.
Plasticised dough fat is palm oil that has been processed by being put through a scraped surface heat exchanger at pressure and this changes its crystalline structure and causes it to become of a margarine-like consistency.
Catchmark says that most of a plant's sugar-based energy is locked up in the crystalline structure of cellulose.
Both the increase of the starch branch density and the crystalline structure in the treated starches likely contribute to their slow digestion property.
Catalysts are typically made from rare and expensive metals in a crystalline structure.
However, crystalline polymers develop a partially crystalline structure upon cooling, which is their natural or relaxed state.