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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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We have spent a lot of time on the subject of crystallinity and there is a lot more that we could say.
X-ray diffraction (XRD) is recognized as a universal method to analyze the special internal structure of crystalline and the degree of crystallinity of wood (Franceschi et al.
In some studies, it is indicated that electrospun fibers from polymer solutions have a lower crystallinity than fibers produced from melts or foils from dilute solutions.
Such modifications have impact on the crystallinity and strength of the cotton fibre or fabric.
XRPD can also be used to identify crystalline materials, pursuant to USP <941> testing, as well as quantitative phase analysis and assessment of the degree of crystallinity of solids.
Having lower crystallinity, copolymers tend to have better dimensional stability and win out on lower friction and less wear.
8,597,621 B2; L'Oreal has patented an emulsion lipstick composition, in solid form, comprising water; a water-insoluble half acid and half amide crosslinked reaction product of at least one oil-soluble high carbon polar modified polymer comprising at least one C22-C40 monomer and modified with at least one hydrophilic unit, and having a weight-average molecular weight of less than or equal to 30000 g/mol and a crystallinity of 8-60% and at least one polyamine, wherein the reaction product forms a matrix capable of entrapping water; at least one non-volatile solvent capable of solubilizing the oil-soluble high carbon polar modified polymer; and at least on high melting point wax.
CIGS films were annealed at various temperatures in a graphite box with 0.2 g of Se powder to make high crystallinity CIGS films.