Definition of Crystallizers

1. Noun. (plural of crystallizer) ¹



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Definition of Crystallizers

1. crystallizer [n] - See also: crystallizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crystallizers

crystallised
crystallised trypsin
crystallises
crystallising
crystallite
crystallites
crystallizability
crystallizable
crystallization
crystallizations
crystallize
crystallized
crystallized fruit
crystallized ginger
crystallizer
crystallizers (current term)
crystallizes
crystallizing
crystalloclast
crystalloclasts
crystallogen
crystallogenesis
crystallogeny
crystallogeometrical
crystallogram
crystallographer
crystallographers
crystallographic
crystallographical
crystallographically

Literary usage of Crystallizers

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1. Beet-sugar Manufacture by Hermann Claassen (1906)
"... in crystallizers, in which the crystals are either formed by cooling or ready formed crystals are added. 3. Boiling the sirup to grain, ..."

2. Practical Handbook for Beet-sugar Chemists: Rapid Methods of Technico by Werner Moeller-Krause (1914)
"THE crystallizers. As mentioned above, the green sirup is again boiled down to a "brown pan" which is dropped into a "crystallizer. ..."

3. A Handbook for Cane-sugar Manufacturers and Their Chemists by Guilford Lawson Spencer (1917)
"The usual crystallizers are of three types, the third of which is now little used in cane-sugar works: (1) Closed crystallizers. ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1917)
"It is believed that these crystallizers were mostly composed of water vapor ... Vehicle to Carry the Material These concentrated crystallizers were also the ..."

5. Geology and Physiography of Porto Rico by New York Academy of Sciences (1919)
"The salt is taken with wheelbarrows from the crystallizers and stored near by in ... In ordinary weather conditions through the year, these crystallizers ..."

6. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society Containing the Papers and by American Ceramic Society (1907)
"crystallizers. Nearly every oxide, and many of the elements are found in nature in a crystalline form. An immense variety of complex silicates are also ..."

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