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In any case, the XRD results have shown that the PVDF phase in the PVDF/PET-based composite could crystallize into [alpha]-phase easily; however, the crystallization of the PET phase was inhibited on a large scale because of the presence of CB/GR additives and the rigidity of PET molecular chains.
In some instances, bacteria appear to play a more indirect role, merely creating the environmental conditions under which dissolved minerals are more likely to crystallize. For example, quartz pebbles and rocks in many cave-floor streams are coated with a layer of manganese oxide-containing minerals that can range from fractions of a millimeter to a few millimeters thick, says William B.
As any basalt cools and crystallizes minerals under low-pressure conditions, the left-over (residual) liquid's composition moves down-temperature, away from the thermal divide and Ol-Ab join.
[beta]-TCP crystallizes in the rhombohedral space group R3c with unit cell parameters a = 10.439(1) [Angstrom], c = 37.375(6) [Angstrom], Z = 21 (hexagonal setting) (34).
The ability to crystallize is yet another important feature for certain types of rubber.
If honey crystallizes, make it liquid again by heating the jar (without the lid) in hot water or in a microwave oven at full power, checking at 20-second intervals.
Because PET crystallizes very slowly, producing parts with a semi-crystalline structure requires the help of chemicals known as nucleating agents, as well as the presence of solid particles of fillers and reinforcements.
Nylon 11 11 crystallizes from 1, 4-butanediol as the elongated and multilayered lath-shaped crystalline lamellae (Fig.
Because a material's microstructures determine its mechanical properties, the findings could help scientists design improved materials--for use in products ranging from plastic grocery bags to airplane wings--by controlling the way a material crystallizes, researchers contend.