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a relatively small granular particle of a substance

the side of leather from which the hair has been removed

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a weight unit used for pearls or diamonds: 50 mg or 1/4 carat

1/7000 pound

dry seed-like fruit produced by the cereal grasses: e

a cereal grass

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the smallest possible unit of anything

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the direction, texture, or pattern of fibers found in wood or leather or stone or in a woven fabric

the physical composition of something (especially with respect to the size and shape of the small constituents of a substance)

thoroughly work in

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paint (a surface) to make it look like stone or wood

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form into grains

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become granular

References in periodicals archive ?
A greater grain boundary area "produces" more finely dispersed carbides.
25] Te system, a different grain boundary engineering approach has been tried.
On the other hand, their metallurgical meaning is also highlighted as they quantify significant minera-logical features, like particle composition, grade of locking, degree of contact between phases and grain boundary irregularity.
Grain boundary curvature and particle pinning in an Al-1mass%Mn alloy.
Because whisker-reinforced ceramic inserts can withstand high temperatures while maintaining strength and hardness, there is an optimum cutting speed--outside the range of carbide tools--where the heat generated lessens the cutting forces by softening the metal and aiding in grain boundary dislocation.
Stress and texture in titanium thin films, the exoskeleton of the American lobster, and a facet method for grain boundary plane determination are some other areas explored.
One reason for the decrease is the formation of secondary graphite in the grain boundary areas during high-temperature heat treatment.
For example, in the study of Diffusion-Induced Grain Boundary Migration (DIGM) phenomena, the effect of diffusion of [Cr.
Instability of grain boundary grooves due to equilibrium grain boundary diffusion, Acta metallurgica, Vol.
Among 77 papers are discussions of the art and application of large angle convergent beam electron diffraction, near grain boundary behavior of aluminum bicrystals deformed in plane strain conditions, the structure and morphology of thin films deposited by pulsed laser deposition techniques, the positive hydrogen effect in structure surface layers on titanium alloys, and microstructural changes induced during the hydrogen charging process in stainless steels with and without nitrided layers.
400,000 to Drexel for a project entitled "CAREER: The Role of Grain Boundary Character in Corrosion Behavior: Linking Atomic Scale Interfacial Structure to Precipitation and Failure Mechanisms," under the direction of Mitra Taheri.
Even in transformations in which classical nucleation theory is thought not to be applicable, for example, recrystallization, grain boundary sites are often the places at which the transformation originates.
Grain boundary migration in metals; thermodynamics, kinetics, applications, 2d ed.
The researchers found that the grain boundary regions in the individual carbon sheets are magnetically coupled, forming 2-dimensional networks.