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recrystallisation

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of recrystallization.

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Examples

  • In the presence of water, the plaster reverts to the original stable composition which it had in the rock after a recrystallisation reaction during which heat is given off and there is an increase in volume.

    Chapter 9

  • The yields represent the solid crystalline residue; this when purified by recrystallisation gives, probably, about three-quarters of its weight of pure crystals.

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

  • The crystals of picric acid are further purified by recrystallisation, drained, and dried at 100° F. on glazed earthenware trays by the aid of steam.

    Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise

  • Bright sparkling crystals, melting at 81. 5° C. may, however, be obtained by recrystallisation from hot alcohol.

    Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise

  • When carefully prepared and purified by recrystallisation from alcohol, and kept protected from sunlight, it can be kept for several years without alteration.

    Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise

  • It consists in the rearrangement of the component materials of rocks, and notably in their recrystallisation along particular lines or laminæ.

    Geographical Evolution

  • An attentive examination of a metamorphic region shows that here and there the alteration and recrystallisation have proceeded so far that the rocks graduate into granites and other so-called igneous rocks.

    Geographical Evolution

  • Dietary fibres may control crystallisation and recrystallisation in ice creams, and offer new formulation possibilities for formulators, according to new research from Greece.

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  • "Our results suggest the potential use of dietary fibres as crystallisation and recrystallisation phenomena controllers in frozen dairy products," they concluded.

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  • "Our results suggest the potential use of dietary fibres as crystallisation and recrystallisation phenomena controllers in frozen dairy products," they concluded.

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