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*  Crystallization
Tank crystallization is an old method still used in some specialized cases. Saturated solutions, in tank crystallization, are ... In chemical engineering, crystallization occurs in a crystallizer. Crystallization is therefore related to precipitation, ... In crystallization Nucleation is the step where the solute molecules or atoms dispersed in the solvent start to gather into ... Crystallization is the (natural or artificial) process by which a solid forms, where the atoms or molecules are highly ...
*  Crystallization adjutant
A crystallization adjutant is a material used to promote crystallization, normally in a context where a material does not ... 1991). Crystallization of membrane proteins. CRC Press. M Caffrey (2003). "Membrane protein crystallization". J. Struct. Biol. ... Crystallization adjutants are considered additives when they are effective at relatively low concentrations. The distinction ... Additives for protein crystallization and concentration range Quantitative structure-activity relationship of human neutrophil ...
*  Strain crystallization
... is a phenomenon in which an initially amorphous solid material undergoes a phase transformation due to ... Strain crystallization occurs in natural rubber and some other elastomers. The phenomenon has important effects on strength and ... Crystallization can also be observed indirectly through its effects on stress-strain and fatigue behavior. Natural rubber ( ... ISBN 3-446-17010-3. B. Huneau, STRAIN-INDUCED CRYSTALLIZATION OF NATURAL RUBBER: A REVIEW OF X-RAY DIFFRACTION INVESTIGATIONS, ...
*  Crystallization (love)
This journey or crystallization process, shown above, was detailed by Stendhal on the back of a playing card while speaking to ... Crystallization is a concept, developed in 1822 by the French writer Stendhal, which describes the process, or mental ... Stripped of its leaves by the winter it was certainly anything but dazzling until the crystallization of the salt covered its ... Here they discovered the phenomenon of salt "crystallization" and used it as a metaphor for human relationships. "In the salt ...
*  Protein crystallization
The goal of crystallization is to produce a well-ordered crystal that is lacking in contaminants while still large enough to ... If the appropriate crystallization solutions are used for a given protein, crystal growth will occur in the drop. This method ... Sitting-drop crystallization apparatus place the drop on a pedestal that is separated from the reservoir. Both of these methods ... Protein crystallization is the process of formation of a protein crystal. While some protein crystals have been observed in ...
*  Crystallization (disambiguation)
Crystallization or Crystallize may also refer to: Protein Crystallization, a technique required for protein X-Ray ... Crystallization is the (natural or artificial) formation of highly-organized, solid crystals. ... song by The xx Crystallization (love), the "falling in love" process (Stendhal). ...
*  Adolescent crystallization
During the crystallization period, adolescents begin to form their own ideas about what is appropriate work for them and learn ... Therefore, the crystallization of career opportunities is more likely to occur in adolescents given the chance to explore and ... Adolescent crystallization, as defined by Laurence Steinberg, is a stage during adolescence in which individuals, typically ... Both the males and the females showed stability in their choices and crystallization increased with age. The study showed the ...
*  Fractional crystallization
... may refer to: Fractional crystallization (chemistry), a process to separate different solutes from a ... solution Fractional crystallization (geology), a natural process occurring in igneous rocks during which precipitation of ...
*  Metal-induced crystallization
Upon annealing, crystallization starts from the portion of a-Si which is covered by metal and proceeds laterally. Unlike MIC ... The crystallization speed is low, but is adequate for applications such as fabrication of thin film transistors. In this case, ... Metal-induced crystallization (MIC) is a method by which amorphous carbon (a-C), amorphous silicon (a-Si), and amorphous ... Moreover, the crystallization proceeds unidirectionally. O. Nast and S. Wenham, Journal of Applied Physics 88, 124-132 (2000). ...
*  Crystallization of polymers
The most basic model for polymer crystallization kinetics comes from Hoffman nucleation theory. The crystallization process of ... induces interaction between molecular chains and a possible crystallization as in the crystallization from the melt. ... presence of straight chains with regularly spaced side groups facilitates crystallization. For example, crystallization occurs ... Another type of crystallization occurs upon extrusion used in making fibers and films. In this process, the polymer is forced ...
*  Fractional crystallization (chemistry)
In chemistry, fractional crystallization is a method of refining substances based on differences in solubility. It fractionates ... Fractional crystallization (geology) Fractional freezing Laser-heated pedestal growth Pumpable ice technology Recrystallization ... via differences in crystallization (forming of crystals). If a mixture of two or more substances in solution are allowed to ...
*  Fractional crystallization (geology)
Fractional crystallization in silicate melts (magmas) is complex compared to crystallization in chemical systems at constant ... as in near-solidus crystallization of magmas of granite composition. The crystallization sequence of oxide minerals such as ... One example concerns crystallization of melts that form mafic and ultramafic rocks. MgO and SiO2 concentrations in melts are ... In essence, fractional crystallization is the removal of early formed crystals from an originally homogeneous magma (for ...
*  Water of crystallization
In chemistry, water of crystallization or water of hydration or crystallization water is water that occurs inside crystals. ... Classically, "water of crystallization" refers to water that is found in the crystalline framework of a metal complex or a salt ... Water of crystallization can generally be removed by heating a sample but the crystalline properties are often lost. For ... In some contexts, water of crystallization is the total weight of water in a substance at a given temperature and is mostly ...
*  Urea extraction crystallization
The urea extraction crystallization is a process for separating linear paraffins (n-paraffins, n-alkanes) from hydrocarbon ...
*  International Organization for Biological Crystallization
The International Organization for Biological Crystallization (IOBCr) is a non-profit, scientific organization for scientists ... The last International Conferences on Crystallization of Biological Macromolecules ICCBM15 was held in Hamburg, Germany. ... who study the crystallization of biological macromolecules and develop crystallographic methodologies for their study. It was ... founded in 2002 to create a permanent organ for the organization of the International Conferences for the crystallization of ...
*  PreQ1 synthase
"Crystallization". Acta Crystallogr. F. 61 (Pt 10): 945-8. doi:10.1107/S1744309105029246. PMC 1991305 . PMID 16511203. Chikwana ...
*  Social norm
Crystallization. Finally, norm crystallization refers to how much variance exists within the curve; translated from the ... A group norm like how many cups of coffee first years should drink would probably have low crystallization, since a lot of ... Showing the overall group norm, the return potential model in Figure 1 does not indicate the crystallization. However, a return ... the norm of not plagiarizing another student's work would likely have high crystallization, as people uniformly agree on the ...
*  Alan Neville Gent
Mechanics of rubber spring systems; viscoelastic behavior of polymers; stress relaxation; failure processes; crystallization. A ...
*  Arab Potash
Cold Crystallization Plant I: The cold crystallization plant is independent of the hot leach facility. It is operated under ... Drying Cold Crystallization Plant II: A second Cold Crystallization Plant (II) came into operation in September 2010 to give a ... The new plant is much similar to the Cold Crystallization Plant I, but it encompasses certain areas of modified processes and ... It includes the following processes: Carnallite Receiving; Flotation; Crystallization; Cold Leaching; ...
*  Canavalin
The crystallization of jack bean seed proteins has been studied extensively since the early 20th century and was of particular ... Canavalin has since been used as a model system for studying protein crystallization, most notably in the study of protein ... McPherson, Alexander; DeLucas, Lawrence James (2015-09-03). "Microgravity protein crystallization". npj Microgravity. 1 (1). ... though Sumner's group never fully characterized canavalin and it remained of little interest until its crystallization ...
*  Cytochrome c
ISBN 978-0-7167-0174-3. McPherson A, Delucas LJ (2015). "Microgravity protein crystallization". Npj Microgravity. 1: 15010. doi ...
*  Ergothioneine
Purification and crystallization. Site of formation and function". Biochem. J. 53 (1): 140-8. PMC 1198115 . PMID 13032046. ...
*  Turnip yellow mosaic virus
McPherson, Alexander; Delucas, Lawrence James (2015). "Microgravity protein crystallization". Npj Microgravity. 1: 15010. doi: ...
*  L-lactate dehydrogenase (cytochrome)
... purification and crystallization". Biochem. J. 71 (3): 492-9. PMC 1196822 . PMID 13638255. Appleby CA, Morton RK (November 1959 ...
*  Space manufacturing
Koszelak, S; Leja, C; McPherson, A (1996). "Crystallization of biological macromolecules from flash frozen samples on the ... "Microgravity protein crystallization". Npj Microgravity. 1: 15010. doi:10.1038/npjmgrav.2015.10. ...