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  • 1 non-crystalline — /nɒn ˈkrɪstəlaɪn/ (say non kristuhluyn) adjective not crystalline …

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  • 2 Non-metallic inclusions — are chemical compounds and nonmetals that are present in steel and alloys. They are the product of chemical reactions, physical effects, and contamination that occurs during the melting and pouring process. These inclusions are categorized by… …

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  • 3 non|i|on|ic — «NON y ON ihk», adjective. that does not ionize in solution: »Nonionic substances combine with water because they remove internal pressure and thereby permit formation of a crystalline compound (A. N. Buswell and W. H. Rodebush) …

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  • 4 Crystalline cohomology — In mathematics, crystalline cohomology is a Weil cohomology theory for schemes introduced by Alexander Grothendieck (1966, 1968) and developed by Pierre Berthelot (1974). Its values are modules over rings of Witt vectors over the base… …

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  • 5 Non-stoichiometric compound — Crystallographic defects can cause solids to be non stoichiometric Non stoichiometric compounds are chemical compounds with an elemental composition that cannot be represented by a ratio of well defined natural numbers, and therefore violate the… …

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  • 6 Non-Kekulé molecule — Examples of non Kekulé (a) polyenes, (b) quinodimethanes, and (c) polynuclear aromatics A non Kekulé molecule is a conjugated hydrocarbon that cannot be assigned classical Kekulé structures. Since non Kekulé molecules have two or more formal… …

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  • 7 noncrystalline — non·crystalline …

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  • 8 amorphous — non crystalline, without long range order …

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  • 9 Glass — This article is about the material. For other uses, see Glass (disambiguation). Moldavite, a natural glass formed by meteorite impact, from Besednice, Bohemia …

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  • 10 Ceramic materials — Ceramic Si3N4 bearing parts Ceramic materials are inorganic, non metallic materials and things made from them. They may be crystalline or partly crystalline. They are formed by the action of heat and subsequent cooling.[1] Clay was one of the… …

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  • 11 Silicosis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 J62 ICD 9 502 …

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  • 12 Carbohydrate-binding module — CBM 1 three dimensional structures of three engineered cellulose binding domains of cellobiohydrolase i from trichoderma reesei, nmr, 18 structures Identifiers Symbol CBM 1 …

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  • 13 Glass transition — The liquid glass transition (or glass transition for short) is the reversible transition in amorphous materials (or in amorphous regions within semicrystalline materials) from a hard and relatively brittle state into a molten or rubber like state …

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  • 14 Phase-change memory — Computer memory types Volatile RAM DRAM (e.g., DDR SDRAM) SRAM In development T RAM Z RAM TTRAM Historical Delay line memory Selectron tube Williams tube Non volatile …

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  • 15 Optical fiber — A bundle of optical fibers A TOSLINK fiber optic audio c …

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  • 16 Amorphous metal — Samples of amorphous metal, with millimeter scale An amorphous metal is a metallic material with a disordered atomic scale structure. In contrast to most metals, which are crystalline and therefore have a highly ordered arrangement of atoms,… …

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  • 17 Opal — For other uses, see Opal (disambiguation). Opal An opal bracelet. The stone size is 18 by 15 mm (0.7 by 0.6 in) General Category …

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  • 18 Mineraloid — A mineraloid is a mineral like substance that does not demonstrate crystallinity. Mineraloids possess chemical compositions that vary beyond the generally accepted ranges for specific minerals. For example, obsidian is an amorphous glass and not… …

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  • 19 X-ray crystallography — can locate every atom in a zeolite, an aluminosilicate with many important applications, such as water purification. X ray crystallography is a method of determining the arrangement of atoms within a crystal, in which a beam of X rays strikes a… …

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  • 20 Diffraction topography — (short: topography ) is an X ray imaging technique based on Bragg diffraction. Diffraction topographic images ( topographs ) record the intensity profile of a beam of X rays (or, sometimes, neutrons) diffracted by a crystal. A topograph thus… …

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