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crys·tal·lize

also crys·tal·ize  (krĭs′tə-līz′)
v. crys·tal·lized, crys·tal·liz·ing, crys·tal·liz·es also crys·tal·ized or crys·tal·iz·ing or crys·tal·iz·es
v.tr.
1. To cause to form crystals or assume a crystalline structure.
2. To give a definite, precise, and usually permanent form to: The scientists finally crystallized their ideas about the role of the protein.
3. To coat with crystals, as of sugar.
v.intr.
1. To assume a crystalline form.
2. To take on a definite, precise, and usually permanent form.

crys′tal·liz′a·ble adj.
crys′tal·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
crys′tal·liz′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.crystallization - the formation of crystalscrystallization - 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
2.crystallization - a rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces
crystallite - any of numerous minute rudimentary crystalline bodies of unknown composition found in glassy igneous rock
rock, stone - a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter; "he threw a rock at me"
3.crystallization - a mental synthesis that becomes fixed or concrete by a process resembling crystal formation
mental synthesis, construction - the creation of a construct; the process of combining ideas into a congruous object of thought
Translations
kristalizace
krystallisering
kristályosításkristályosodás
kristallamyndun, kristöllun
kryštalizácia
kristalleşme

crystallization

crystallisation [ˌkrɪstəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] (British) n
[thoughts, opinions] → cristallisation f
(CHEMISTRY) [substance] → cristallisation f

crystallization

n
(lit)Kristallisierung f; (out of another substance) → Auskristallisierung f
(fig)(Heraus)kristallisierung f; (= crystallized form)kristallisierte Form; after the crystallization of these ideas into a theorynachdem sich aus diesen Gedanken eine Theorie herauskristallisiert hatte

crystallization

[ˌkrɪstəlaɪˈzeɪʃn] ncristallizzazione f

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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The glass extrusion system is carefully controlled to ensure that impurities and structural problems won't disrupt the crystallization process. The resulting clear glass structures can be used for building or for decoration, as per (https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/31/mit-researchers-are-now-3d-printing-glass/) TechCrunch.
Standard, of Vancouver, has completed a plant to test its proprietary selective crystallization process, designed to refine battery-quality lithium from a solution extracted from brine, in partnership with Saltworks Technologies Inc.
Subjected to a high-pressure injection process at a high temperature, the alloy is cooled for only a few seconds, preventing its atoms from arranging themselves in an orderly structure, as normally happens during the crystallization process. Instead, they form a more chaotic structure, which is what lends the material so many other fetching attributes, including extreme corrosion resistance, robustness, and resistance to external shocks and to magnetic fields--all characteristics that help preserve the appearance of the watch over time.
It will also reduce the amount of shrinkage that the material exhibits as it cools, and it allows for a reduction in cycle time since the crystallization process begins and ends at higher temperatures.
Figure 6 shows the phase precipitation during the cooling crystallization process of the CaO-Si[O.sub.2] x [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] x MgO-Ti[O.sub.2] slag system under different [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] contents.
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One of the most important kinetic parameters of the crystallization process is the activation energy.
Editors Wang, Jeurgens, and Mittemeijer present students, academics, and researchers with an examination of the contemporary understanding of the metal-induced crystallization process and its employment in a diverse set of technologies.