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The thing was generally complete, but the twisted crystalline bars lay unfinished upon the bench beside some sheets of drawings, and I took one up for a better look at it.
It is interesting to trace the changes produced by the heat of the overlying lava, on the friable mass, which in parts has been converted into a crystalline limestone, and in other parts into a compact spotted stone Where the lime has been caught up by the scoriaceous fragments of the lower surface of the stream, it is converted into groups of beautifully radiated fibres resembling arragonite.
You seem to have a sort of geological museum here," he said, as he sat down, jerking his head briefly in the direction of the brown dust and the crystalline fragments.
The phial was that already recognized by the chemist's assistant, a tiny bottle of blue glass, containing a few grains of a white crystalline powder, and labelled: "Strychnine Hydrochloride.
PowerFilm Solar, a US-based solar company, is launching its US-assembled custom crystalline solar solutions under the brand Soltronix.
The results, tested by the Company, further solidify Trina Solar's leading position in cutting-edge technology for the mass production of high efficiency crystalline silicon solar products, following the Company's recent efficiency breakthrough in mono-crystalline silicon PERC cell production.
Bietti crystalline corneoretinal dystrophy (BCD) is a rare disorder characterized by yellow deposits in the retina and progressive atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and the choriocapillaris.
Nucleating agents are capable of increasing the number of nucleating centers in the crystalline polymer and improving toughness.
WERNER GNEGEL, SUPERVISOROFTHECERAMICSTUDIO ATSCHOOLOF ART AND DESIGN, KASSEL UNIVERSITY, Germany, has been researching crystalline glazes for more than 30 years and has achieved a high reputation in this field of research in Germany.
A joint Occupational Safety and Health Administration and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Hazard Alert defines dust control measures to protect workers from significant crystalline silica exposure during manufacturing, finishing, and installing natural and manufactured stone countertops, leading types of which bear 60-95 percent silica content.