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recrystallization,

n the return of a wrought metal to crystalline form because of excessive cold working or excessive application of heat.

recrystallization

in cryosurgery, the conversion of small crystals, produced during the freezing process, to larger ones which are more damaging to cells. Occurs during a slow rewarming phase.
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Long residence times allow the molten PP derived from the melted beta crystals to recrystallize into alpha crystals, and this recrystallization diminishes the benefits resulting from the beta crystals in the extruded sheet.
At the poem's end, the salts conceived as destructive at its beginning dissolve and recrystallize to suggest the reviving power of smelling salts, the liveliness, freshness, and wit that salt figuratively gives.
If the relative humidity varies seasonally in these structures, as it often does, he says, the salt that's accumulated will alternately dissolve and recrystallize.
Sometimes he dissolves or melts them, then slowly cools them until they recrystallize.
Dental researchers have long sought a way to make calcium phosphate dissolve and then recrystallize on teeth.
Triad's CCP will utilize recovered carbon dioxide by-product as a cryogen to recrystallize the water from the fermentation beer, all within a continuous flow centrifuge.
Then the researchers apply very high pressure to dissolve and recrystallize a cluster into a single gem.
If the crystals thicken at the solid state or melt and recrystallize during the heating from [T.
Then when the sun heats the stone in the day, the salts recrystallize, creating pressure in the pores of the stone that can break the limestone apart.
Molecular nucleation occurs when chains or chain segments melt near or on high-melting crystals, and then with negligible cooling, they can nucleate and recrystallize on these existing unmelted crystals.
During heating, the ends of the plates get into the amorphous state and recrystallize during cooling.
Once the moisture evaporates, the salt recrystallizes, exerting tremendous pressures that break down the masonry from within.