from The Century Dictionary.
- To subject (a substance) to repeated crystallization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- verb (Chem. & Min.) To crystallize again.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb To
crystallizeagain; especially as a means of purification.
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With no time for the liquid sucrose to recrystallize, it freezes into threads of sweet, edible glass.
When chocolate goes all wrong, it is usually a failure of the melted and cooled chocolate to recrystallize into the β (V) state.
This is metaphorically similar to the way certain liquid solutions can quickly crystallize, dissolve back into liquid, and then recrystallize based on external influences.
After the goals have been achieved, during which participants have gained expertise in their particular domains, the group can dissolve back into a smart mob and be ready to rapidly recrystallize whenever new goals are introduced.
Basically, a process called metamorphism caused the basalts in Shenandoah to recrystallize with new minerals, such as chlorite, epidote, and albite, which help give the rocks their greenish hue.
I never had any recrystallize after once having been treated to the water bath; and the flavor of the honey was in no way injured.
In the latter case anamorphism is necessary to recrystallize the carbon into the form of graphite.
And even after being reduced to powder, and running the gauntlet of every process in the chemical laboratory, the moment the substance is left to itself under possible conditions it will proceed to recrystallize anew.
Frozen BSA was heated to partially melt at the different hold temperatures and then cooled to recrystallize.
Figure 7.21 During hot working, the elongated anisotropic grains immediately recrystallize.