monocrystal


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monocrystal

(ˈmɒnəʊˈkrɪstəl)
n
a sole crystal
adj
(Chemistry) relating to or containing a sole crystal. Also called: monocrystalline
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High-efficiency monocrystal and polycrystal solar cells are selected.
This situation is at best metastable, and ideal thermodynamic stability is only attained when the sample has been converted into a monocrystal.
Etkind argues that Pushkin in Eugene Onegin conceived his work as a "monocrystal" and he himself jotted down the following formula: AbAbCCddEffEgg (1988:8-9), which is schematically represented as follows:
The shearing tests show that the one-grain Sn microbump has a typical brittle sliding fracture of monocrystal at different shearing speeds.
Erel [7] conducted an experiment and studied the effect of electric and magnetic fields on the response of three different types of solar cells (monocrystal, polycrystal, and amorphous Si solar cells).
Megriche, "Magnetic and Photon Cascade Emission of [Gd.sup.3+] of NaGd[(P[O.sub.3]).sub.4] Monocrystal Under Appropriate Synthesis Conditions," Journal of Physical Chemistry & J Biophysics, vol.
Thus, in a solution of HCl[O.sub.4] (0.1 M), ORR process on Pt(111) monocrystal proceeds in accordance with reaction (1).
And then in July, quantum spin liquid was discovered in (http://www.ibtimes.com/quantum-spin-liquid-new-state-matter-observed-material-where-it-shouldnt-exist-2395179) a monocrystal of calcium chromium oxide.
Rubicon Technology Inc., KYOCERA Corporation, Saint-Gobain, SCHOTT AG, Monocrystal, Rayotek Scientific Inc., CRYSTALWISE TECHNOLOGY INC., ILJIN Display CO., Ltd, Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd.
It is evidenced in the symmetry of the particles observed in Figure 2 and in the fact that the tetrapod's legs are a monocrystal as confirmed in Figure 3.
It is difficult to perform the physical experiment due to the relatively small diameter of SDW, long lengths, hardness and fragility of material, cylindrical circular cross section shape, complex construction, monocrystal semiconductor structure and the low density of free carriers [10.sup.19] [m.sup.-3]-[10.sup.20] [m.sup.-3] which is influenced by microwave attenuation.
Piezoelectric materials mainly include piezoelectric monocrystal, piezoelectric ceramics, piezoelectric polymers, and piezoelectric composites.