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noncrystalline

(ˌnɒnˈkrɪstəlaɪn)
adj
not crystalline
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Adj.1.noncrystalline - not crystalline
crystalline - consisting of or containing or of the nature of crystals; "granite is crystalline"
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The main feature of the two patterns is a broad band (around 18 and 19, respectively) lain on the left part of the diffraction patterns, which are similar and without sharp diffraction peaks, indicative of their noncrystalline nature.
g] is the temperature at which amorphous, noncrystalline, polymer morphological domains shift between glassy and rubbery physical states.
The nanosilica did not display any crystalline peaks, which was consistent with the silica nanoparticles being noncrystalline at that size scale.
Boudot JP (1992) Relative efficiency of complexed aluminum, noncrystalline A1 hydroxide, allophone and imogolite in retarding the biodegradation of citric acid.
Specialty silicas -- which are also known as synthetic amorphous silicas or synthetically produced noncrystalline silicon dioxide -- include precipitated, fumed, gel, sol and fused types.
1999) have stated that hemicellulose is mainly responsible for moisture absorption, but the accessible cellulose, noncrystalline cellulose, and lignin also play major roles.
d], indicating that there are substantial amounts of noncrystalline iron oxides in these soils (Fontes et al.
To produce a high-resolution diffraction pattern from noncrystalline structures like the membranes and organelles of a cell, the light has to be coherent, that is, laser-like, having all the same frequency and phase.
CONTEXT: Man-made vitreous fibers (MMVFs) are noncrystalline inorganic fibrous material used for thermal and acoustical insulation (e.
0593--Recrystallization Of Polypropylene Horno- And Impact Copolymer From The NonCrystalline Mesomorphic To The Crystalline Phase