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crys·tal·li·za·tion

(kris'tăl-i-zā'shŭn),
Assumption of a crystalline form when a vapor or liquid becomes solidified, or a solute precipitates from solution.

crystallization

[kris′təlīzā′shən]
Etymology: Gk, krystallos, rock crystal
the production of crystals, either by cooling a liquid or gas to a solid state or by cooling a solution until the solute precipitates as a crystalline deposit. crystalize, v.

crys·tal·li·za·tion

(kris'tăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
Assumption of a crystalline form when a vapor or liquid becomes solidified, or a solute precipitates from solution.

crys·tal·li·za·tion

(kris'tăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
Assumption of a crystalline form when a vapor or liquid becomes solidified, or a solute precipitates from solution.

crystallization,

n the production or formation of crystals, either by cooling a liquid or gas to a solid state or by cooling a solution until the solute precipitates as a crystalline deposit.
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This agrees well with the discussion above for isothermal crystallization processes.
In other words, the two roles acted by nucleation and growth in different crystallization processes may present different weight factors.
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Comparison of different methods has shown that the Avrami analysis modified by Jeziorny and the method proposed by Liu and Mo could be successfully applied in description of nonisothermal crystallization processes of PP in the presence of kenaf fibers, while the Ozawa method, because of the secondary crystallization failed.
The reason is that, at a given temperature, the crystallization processes, with different cooling rates, are at different stages, that is, the lower cooling rate process takes place toward the end of the crystallization process, whereas at the higher cooling rate, the crystallization process is at an earlier stage.
The addition of the modified fluorohectorite nanolayers makes faster the nonisothermal and isothermal crystallization processes of sPP.
5 clearly displayed two major stages of crystallization processes.
In regimes II and IM, it is difficult to identify the crystals from the primary or secondary crystallization processes.