2. Noun. The degree to which a material (e.g. a polymer or a rock) is crystalline ¹
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Definition of Crystallinity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Crystallinity
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1. A Handbook of Colloid-chemistry: The Recognition of Colloids, the Theory of by Carl Wilhelm Wolfgang Ostwald (1919)
"Thus, as mentioned above, the crystallinity of large masses of all solids under all circumstances has not been demonstrated experimentally. ..."
2. Igneous Rocks: Composition, Texture and Classification, Description and by Joseph Paxson Iddings (1913)
"Various degrees of crystallinity and glassiness have been distinguished by names (Vol. I, p. 187), but there are all possible gradations between them, ..."
3. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1906)
"I. crystallinity The degree of crystallization attained by an igneous rock ... All degrees of crystallinity are known to exist, from perfectly glassy rocks ..."
4. Assessment of the State-Of-The-Art for Process Monitoring Sensors for by Donald Hunston (1992)
"DSC has also been used to study crystallinity and crystallization kinetics in ... crystallinity plays a major role in determining the properties of ..."
5. Joint Meeting on Multicomponent Polymers and Polyelectrolytes edited by Eric J. Amis (1998)
"Using calculated spatial/time crystallinity arrays, transmitted light ... The model illustrates how temperature, pressure and crystallinity affect the ..."
6. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1888)
"Mr. O. Hesse states that his observations respecting the cause of the non-crystallinity of amorphous cocaine do not agree with those of Stockman (See ..."