crystallisation


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Noun1.crystallisation - the formation of crystalscrystallisation - the formation of crystals    
chemical phenomenon - any natural phenomenon involving chemistry (as changes to atoms or molecules)
efflorescence, bloom - a powdery deposit on a surface
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بَلْوَره
kristallamyndun, kristöllun

crystal

(ˈkristl) noun
1. a small part of a solid substance (eg salt or ice) which has a regular shape.
2. a special kind of very clear glass. This bowl is made of crystal.
ˈcrystalline (-lain) adjective
(of minerals etc) formed into crystals. Salt is a crystalline substance.
ˈcrystallize, ˈcrystallise verb
1. to form (into) crystals. He crystallized the salt from the sea water.
2. to cover with a coating of sugar crystals. crystallized fruits.
3. to make or become definite or clear. He tried to crystallize his ideas.
ˌcrystalliˈzation, ˌcrystalliˈsation noun
crystal ball
a glass ball used in fortune-telling.
crystal clear
absolutely clear. My instructions were crystal clear.
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In WP2 Garbo will recover Si-kerf-loss during wafering, and with SINTEF work on potential reuse applications, like as Si-feedstock in crystallisation processes, or as resource in crucible manufacturing or lithium ion battery production.
There will be a crystallisation of Clarke's achievements - as a great modern batsman and Australia captain - in the outcome of a series which could yet variously result in his fourth failure in England, victory at last or mere retention of the urn should the tourists turn 2-1 to their hosts into 2-2 over the final two Tests.
There will be a crystallisation of Clarke's achievements - as a great modern batsman and Australia captain - in the outcome of a series which could result in his fourth failure in England, victory at last or mere retention of the urn should the tourists turn 2-1 to their hosts into 2-2 over the final two Tests.
Despite its widespread uses, understanding the precise molecular mechanisms which occur during crystallisation remains a scientific challenge, particularly for organic compounds.
YEAR 8 pupils from Almondbury Community School have been taking part in the Royal Society of Chemistry's Global Experiment - The Art of Crystallisation.
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The owner of a floating interest rate agreement cannot exercise ownership rights over the assets prior to the crystallisation of the floating charge.
One of the common conditions resulting from dehydration are kidney stones that occur due to crystallisation of the body's salts in the kidneys due to lack of fluids.
Moreover, the creation of a Single Resolution Fund (SRF) -- in addition to the availability of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) as a last backstop -- will, over time, further reduce the risk of a crystallisation of liabilities on government balance sheets.
The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation is bringing together leading academics and industrialists from across the UK to find quicker, more effective and more sustainable ways of manufacturing products.
Now developed to be more than just a dryer, the Vrieco Nauta Vacuum Dryer is capable of performing a wide range of different processes including filtration, high temperature_ and vacuum sterilisation, steam stripping, chemical and crystallisation reactions and vacuum drying--all in one machine.
crystallisation brings a little bling and, when the party's over, you simply pick off the decals and wash the glasses ready for the next gathering.