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mixed crystal

n
(Chemistry) chem a crystal consisting of a solid solution of two or more distinct compounds
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The specially mixed crystal bowl tones--as well as nature sounds, drums, and chants--are said to put an individual into immediate relaxation.
(viii) The various kinetic parameters like energy of activation ([E.sub.a]), frequency factor (Z), and entropy of decomposition ([DELTA][S.sup.*]) using three different equations were calculated for all the three stages of decomposition, indicating that minimum activation energy is required to break the molecules in the first stage of decomposition because the water molecules are loosely bound to the mixed crystal.
When calcination temperature was 500[degrees]C, a few of anatase phases were transformed to rutile phase initially and mixed crystal effect was generated under the giant amount of anatase phase and the small amount of rutile phase which had evident positive effect on the improvement of visible photoabsorption.
Stainless steel has a minimum 12 percent fraction of chromium dissolved in austenitic or territic mixed crystal solid solution.
Mutual Solubility and Metartable Zone width of [NH.sub.4][H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4]- K[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4] Mixed Solutions and Growth of Mixed Crystal. Growth 151, 226 (1995).
Processes of coprecipitation are related to the ability of crystallizing compounds to form a mixed crystal (13), which is a solid solution (14) containing ions or molecules of one compound in the crystal lattice of another.
Primary particles of 50 nm in diameter in mixed crystal forms of calcite and vaterite were found to comprise the spherical hollow particles as the secondary structure.
Irgacure 1300, a mixed crystal form of Irgacure 369 and Irgacure 651, provides a cost-effective photoinitiator system, which combines fast cure response in dark colors with good solubility in acrylates and reduced odor on UV exposure.
In this paper, two new promising hypotheses, the Mixed Crystal Hypothesis and the Nexus Hypothesis, are introduced.
A few arsenic atoms sneak into spots in the crystal lattice where gallium normally resides, creating islands of pure arsenic within the mixed crystal.
There was almost no characteristic peak of mixed crystal.