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crystallization

the fixing of a floating charge on assets. Where money borrowed by a company is secured by a floating charge over the company's assets and undertaking, the company may continue trading and dispose of any assets in the course of that business. If the company defaults on its obligations under the terms of the loan agreement, the charge will crystallize, that is, immediately attach to the assets owned by the company at that time. Crystallization is therefore the process by which a floating charge becomes fixed on to particular assets.
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The system can be customized, combining turbidity information with a parallel particle viewer or with real time Raman capabilities, shedding light on chemical reactions, crystallization processes, polymorph conversions, salt or co-crystal formation.
Through orientation and crystallization processes, thermal properties for the material could be tailored to reach above 500 F.
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0, its industry-leading software tool for increasing R&D efficiency, scaling up with reduced risk and optimising crystallization processes.
A comparison of the overall crystallization rate parameters calculated from both cold and melt isothermal crystallization processes revealed that the rate of crystallization from the glassy state proceeded faster than that from the melt state.
The Crystal16(TM) can be used for a range of applications in pharmaceutical and chemical research, such as solubility measurements, improving the understanding of crystallization processes and the generation of crystals for product characterization.
Conceived as a companion volume to the earlier works, Materials Processing during Casting (2006) and Physics of Functional Materials (2008), this book analyzes solidification and crystallization processes in depth.
2] content into PCL further increases the number of heterogeneous nucleation during the isothermal crystallization processes.