The microalloying elements prevent the motion of grain boundaries, recrystallisation
boundaries and dislocations when they are present either as solute atoms or precipitate particles.
- not loss of moisture - is what makes bread go hard.
-not loss of moisture - is what makes bread go hard.
Characteristic traces in diffractograms help distinguish various deformational and annealing processes, such as grain coarsening, refinement, subgrain formation, grain rotation, slip, twinning, dynamic recovery and recrystallisation
Kunze, "The role of recrystallisation
on the deformation behaviour of calcite rocks: large strain torsion experiments on Carrara marble," Journal of Structural Geology, vol.
Inspired by the nie pattern that is characteristic of Japanese swords and representing the heights of Japanese craftsmanship, the bezel and metal plate are made from Ti64 alloy hardened by a recrystallisation
The inner parts of the oncoids show a recrystallisation
by xenomorphic sparitic calcite, and only occasionally an oncoid preserving remains of the original oncolitic lamination is recorded (micritized oncoids).
Almaktoum explained that the temperature of such chiller trucks must be maintained constantly as variations in temperature may result in recrystallisation
, and hence growth of ice crystals.
from ethyl acetate gave CLINME (1).
The diagenetic processes that have affected the Arab-D reservoir include dolomitisation, leaching and recrystallisation
, cementation, compaction and fracturing.
Crenulate polycrystalline is formed from intense deformation without recrystallisation
, probably a metamorphic source.
Relative to standard PET this novel resin, currently in final application testing, provides a number of improved process and bottle performance benefits including large processing window due to reduced recrystallisation
behaviour, bottle thermal stability (low shrinkage), exceptional colour in the final application and improved drop test and top load performance.