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crystallography

 [kris″tah-log´rah-fe]
the science dealing with the study of crystals.
x-ray crystallography the determination of the three-dimensional structure of molecules by means of diffraction patterns produced by x-rays of crystals of the molecules.

crys·tal·log·ra·phy

(kris'tăl-log'ră-fē),
The study of the shape and atomic structure of crystals.

crystallography

(kris″tă-log′ră-fē) [ crystal + -graphy]
The study of crystals. It is useful, for example, in examining complex molecules (e.g., DNA) or the components of kidney stones.

crystallography

the science dealing with the study of crystals.

x-ray crystallography
the determination of the three-dimensional structure of molecules by means of diffraction patterns produced by x-rays.
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In particular, T may be neither crystallographic nor isogonal.
Theorem 1 If [PHI] is a crystallographic root system of rank n, then
The experimental data shows that the effect of iron on the characteristics of the structure of the condensates is non-monotonic: the addition of a small amount of impurity atoms to copper results in the situation in which the crystallographic the orientation of the columnar grains remains the same as in pure copper, in the direction <111>, and the density of the twinned boundaries of these crystals greatly increases.
Three distinct generations of datolite crystallization, each with subtle crystallographic and associated mineral characteristics, have been identified by Moroshkin and Frishman (2001): early, late and latest.
Essentially, the aforementioned crystallographic control is about alternating the crystal structure of the aluminum oxide (AI203) layer.
Crystallographic (mineralogical) applications of the stereographic projection are not discussed.
For crystallographic studies, the use of a spinning capillary essentially eliminates preferred-orientation effects for all but the most anisotropic and grainy of samples.
The level of orientation in specific crystallographic (hkl) planes was investigated with WAXD pole figure.
According to the company, the crystallographic structure and chemical composition (93 percent zirconium oxide) contribute to its outstanding wear resistance.
Crystallographic data is being collected to show the coupling of our molecules with various quadruplex conformations.