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crystalline

 [kris´tah-lin]
1. resembling a crystal in nature or clearness.
2. pertaining to crystals.

crys·tal·line

(kris'tă-lēn),
1. Clear; transparent.
2. Relating to a crystal or crystals.

crys·tal·line

(kris'tă-lēn)
1. Clear; transparent.
2. Relating to a crystal or crystals.
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The data obtained have been compared to the DSC results obtained in the same conditions in a former study [10] so as to establish the relationships between the thermal behavior of PEF and its crystalline structural evolution.
Observation of these particular crystalline ice phases, known as ice IX, ice XV and ice VIII, challenges accepted theories about super-cooled water and amorphous, or non-crystalline, ice.
The department's Respirable Crystalline Silica rule covers construction and general industry in one rule (chapter 296-840 WAC), whereas OSHA has separate rules for each.
Dan Stieler, PowerFilm president, said, 'This tariff will apply to all imported crystalline silicon panels, while providing a small window for US-based assembly companies to import cells tariff-free.
OSHA has determined that employees exposed to respirable crystalline silica at the previous permissible exposure limits "face a significant risk of material impairment to their health.
In our patient, the hyperreflective areas detected on OCT did not correspond directly to the retinal crystalline deposits, whereas Ayata et al.
Gnegel's crystalline glaze works are always his characteristic oval jar shape, which is easy to coat with glaze and suitable for the crystalline glaze's heavy coating and easy flowing consistency.
Among crystalline areas, along the shore of rivers, streams and in the mouth of water courses, there are recent deposits of unconsolidated sediments called alluvium.
Crystalline silica is found in granite, sandstone, quartzite, various other rocks and sand.
The team's research is focused on crystalline ceramic that will be based on naturally occurring minerals that endure for millions of years.
ABSTRACT Assays of chitinase, cellulase, and amylase activities in the crystalline styles of selected fast- and slow-growing families of the mussel Perm canaliculus were carried out on 2 occasions over 6 mo, during which time the shellfish grew in a normal mussel cultivation situation.