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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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c] the noncrystalline component is fully segregated into the bulk melt and when the miscibility gap is reached the melt phase separates homogeneously and binodally.
Lauritzen, "The Rate of Crystallization of Linear Polymers with Chain Folding", In: Treatise on Solid State Chemistry: Volume 3 Crystalline and Noncrystalline Solids.
Wood Ash Extract Hemicellulose species (%) with and water (%) noncrystalline cellulose (%) Cryptomeria 0.
As wood cellulose is composed of both crystalline and noncrystalline parts, chemicals like sulphuric acid purify the tiny grains of the crystalline portion.
3]@PMMA microspheres, which could confirm their noncrystalline nature (Figure 4(a)).
Much of it is in the form of noncrystalline opal, which can form in many types of environments, including hot springs, acid leaching and other wet settings.
XRD analysis of the TGA residues showed only noncrystalline components.
Comprehensive silicosis prevention programs include substituting less hazardous noncrystalline silica alternatives when possible, implementing engineering controls (e.
g] is the temperature at which amorphous, noncrystalline, polymer morphological domains shift between glassy and rubbery physical states.
The IR spectra in Figure 4 are typical of noncrystalline silica [22].
1989, Quantification of crystalline and noncrystalline material in ground kaolinite by X-ray powder diffraction, infrared, solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, and chemical-dissolution analyses.