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microcrystalline

 [mi″kro-kris´tah-lin]
made up of minute crystals.

mi·cro·crys·tal·line

(mī'krō-krys'tă-lin),
Occurring in minute crystals.

microcrystalline

/mi·cro·crys·tal·line/ (-kris´tah-līn) made up of minute crystals.

microcrystalline

made up of minute crystals.
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Okano, "Cellulose Microcrystal Film of High Uniaxial Orientation," Macromolecules 30(20), 6395-6397 (1997).
The calcification seems to start with slow precipitation of (DHAP) HAP on microcrystal nuclei of CH monohydrate, followed by rapid deposition of OCP on HAP.
Light attenuation due to scattering by microcrystals in high-density polyethylene will be taken into account by considering two effects: (a) Scattering of light produced by growing spherulites, which scatter light because of the difference in index of refraction between spherulites and the surrounding amorphous material, and (b) scattering caused by microcrystals within the spherulites.
Epson, Epson Stylus, and Micro Piezo are registered trademarks, and Epson UltraChrome K3 and Microcrystal Encapsulation, are trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
Epson UltraChrome K3 is a trademark and Epson, Epson Stylus, Print Image Matching, Micro Piezo and Microcrystal Encapsulation are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
By leveraging its recognised, competencies, experience and international leading role in the development, production and commercialisation of laminating adhesives for plastic films, SAPICI has been able to activate close cooperations with expert international partners, and propose the innovative idea of using the barrier properties of nanocellular microcrystals to biodegradable films, opening the way to environmentally sustainable flexible packaging.
The microcrystals were filtered off, washed with absolute ethanol and then recrystallized from ethanol-chloroform (1: 3 v/v).
Within the accelerometer family you can find various categories depending on how the accelerometer senses the change in acceleration, such as capacitive (change in capacitance related to acceleration), piezoelectric (uses microcrystals to determine voltage output converted to acceleration), Hall effect (changing magnetic fields), magnetoresistive (change in magnetic field), heat transfer, and piezoresistive (change in electrical resistance).
Microcrystals adorn sandals under Fitflops Lustre Collection, turning the footwear into something glamorous and stylish-perfect for night wear.
Hydroxyapatite Nano- and Microcrystals with Multiform Morphologies: Controllable Synthesis and Luminescence Properties.
BlanX White Shock with LED Bite contains ActiluX, a patented ingredient activated by light that binds microcrystals to the tooth enamel forming an invisible barrier that dissolves the bacteria responsible for staining.
Ceramic Fabrication: The method for preparing the microcrystals of tri-calcium phosphate (TCP) was developed by Benghuzzi and Bajpai [10].