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Research interests in nano crystalline soft magnetic materials have surged on the coattails of their unique microstructure and attractive magnetic properties.
However, it seems that the description of the associated crystalline morphology is not consistent and depends on both the nature of the polymer studied and on the crystallization conditions.
Through an experiment designed to create a super-cold state of water, scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory used neutron scattering to discover a pathway to the unexpected formation of dense, crystalline phases of ice thought to exist beyond Earth's limits.
* Abrasive blasting with sand or when blasting against materials containing crystalline silica,
The company has launched the brand with the recent tariff introduced on imported crystalline silicon solar modules and cells.
According to OSHA, crystalline silica is a common mineral found in many naturally occurring materials and used in many industrial products and at construction sites.
These alterations did not correspond directly to the areas of crystalline deposits, and there were sporadic cystic alterations in the choroidal layer which did not correspond to the cystic lesions in the retina.
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.
Water with high salt concentration is usually found in areas of crystalline rock formation (Silva Junior et al., 1999; Lopes et al., 2008), while water with low salt concentration is found in areas of sedimentary rocks (Andrade Junior et al., 2006; Silva et al., 2007).
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.