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crystallite

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n crystallite any of numerous minute rudimentary crystalline bodies of unknown composition found in glassy igneous rock
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Crystallite (Min) A minute mineral form like those common in glassy volcanic rocks and some slags, not having a definite crystalline outline and not referable to any mineral species, but marking the first step in the crystallization process. According to their form crystallites are called trichites belonites globulites, etc.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n crystallite Whinstone cooled slowly after fusion.
    • n crystallite The term suggested by Vogelsang as a general name for aggregations of globulites in various forms. See cumulite, margarite, and longulite. These terms are used exclusively in describing various groupings of minute drop-like bodies (globulites), seen under the microscope in thin sections of rocks. See globulite.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
See Crystal

Usage

In literature:

Microliths, as distinguished from crystallites, have crystalline properties, and evidently belong to definite minerals or salts.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 7" by Various
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In science:

IV, part (a) generates the upper end, rmax of the small crystallite length scale distribution P (r).
Finite Size Effects on Spin Glass Dynamics
As the magnetic field change increases, there will come a point when the energy difference ∆ − Ez becomes com3χf cH 2 for the largest of the small parable to ∆(r) − rmax crystallites.
Finite Size Effects on Spin Glass Dynamics
For longer tw, the crystallite with dimension rmin is at equilibrium, and for that part of the sample, aging is over.
Finite Size Effects on Spin Glass Dynamics
This paper discusses spin glass dynamics for crystallites or amorphous particles of finite size.
Finite Size Effects on Spin Glass Dynamics
Ip (s, D) is the intensity profile given by the dimensions of the crystallite, D = {Di ; i = 1, 2, 3}.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
The boundary conditions for the common-volume function are V (0, D) = V0, where V0 is the volume of the crystallite, and V (±τ, D) = 0.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
Figure 1: The crystallite (solid line) and its ‘ghost’ (dashed line) shifted a distance t in the direction of the scattering vector [hk l].
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
The shaded region represents the common volume between the crystallite and ghost.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
In (6) a generalized measure, DD, has been used which is dependent on the crystallite shape and coordinate system.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
Uniform model The Fourier coefficients A(t) of the fuzzy pixel/MaxEnt specimen profiles (not shown here) suggest the maximum size of the crystallites is ∼ 60 nm, since A(t) ∼ 0 at this length.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
Figure 5: Bayesian/MaxEnt crystallite size distributions using a uniform a priori model.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
Figure 6: Bayesian/MaxEnt crystallite size distributions using a log-normal a priori model.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
CeO2 specimen on average consists of spherical crystallites.
Bayesian inference of nanoparticle-broadened x-ray line profiles
Crystallites become mostly spherical only well beyond the over-critical size.
Nucleation and crystallization process of silicon using Stillinger-Weber potential
The journey of hydrogen from a molecular gas to crystallites that are trapped on quantized vortices encompasses a hierarchy of problems on many length scales.
The journey of hydrogen to quantized vortex cores
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