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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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For instance, Schaetzl and Thompson (2015) equated 'amorphous' with 'noncrystalline'.
The dependence of [[sigma].sub.ac] on frequency can be described by the equation [[sigma].sub.ac]([omega]) = A[[omega].sup.n] [15], where [omega] is the angular frequency, "A" is a constant independent of frequency, "n" is the index which is used to understand the type of conduction mechanism in noncrystalline materials.
This may be explained as that the addition of additive agents (cement in this study) would produce noncrystalline chemical compounds, which coats over soil particles and bridges them.
Earnest, "Extending X-ray crystallography to allow the imaging of noncrystalline materials, cells, and single protein complexes," Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, vol.
Maronaga, "Preparation and properties of GeGaS glasses for laser hosts," Journal of NonCrystalline Solids, vol.
On average in this subtype of calculus, the noncrystalline, mucoprotein matrix accounts for 65% of its dry weight, compared to just 2.5% in more conventional stones [4, 5].
Wood Ash Extract Hemicellulose species (%) with and water (%) noncrystalline cellulose (%) Cryptomeria 0.81 4.2 21.2 japonica Chamaecyparis 0.48 4.2 20.8 obtuse Larix 0.34 9.5 18.8 kaempferi Wood [alpha]- Lignin species Cellulose (%) (%) Cryptomeria 41.1 32.6 japonica Chamaecyparis 44.8 29.6 obtuse Larix 43.3 28.0 kaempferi Table 2.--Outline of wood sample numbers in the training and test sets for each measurement condition.
Waste glass is a noncrystalline ceramic material with high silica content and is inert and nonbiodegradable.
It is well known that the glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]) of a polymer can be determined by relaxation, as it is usually related to the segment movements in the noncrystalline area.
The strong band observed at 1642 [cm.sup.-1] is attributed to the vibration of absorbed water molecules in the noncrystalline region of cellulose.
It might result from the hydrolysis on fiber crystalline and noncrystalline domains due to the cooperation of mixed cellulase.
Guglielmi et al., "Optical and surface properties of inorganic and hybrid organic-inorganic silica-titania sol-gel planar waveguides," Journal of NonCrystalline Solids, vol.