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Synonyms for crystallize

take shape



Synonyms for crystallize

cause to take on a definite and clear shape

cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form

assume crystalline form

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Study of the melting point depression of the crystallizable component in a binary polymer blend can lead to an assessment of the Flory-Huggins interaction parameter X between the blend components.
It covers advanced crystallographic techniques and methods, strategy development, protein production and purification, crystallization, structure analysis and determination, protein engineering, the properties of a crystallizable protein, crystal packing and symmetry, the principles of x-ray scattering, statistical methods, and data collection.
The raw material is also defined as dark-colored solid petroleum, formed through metamorphosis and principally composed of hydrocarbons containing very little or no oxygenated compounds and crystallizable paraffins [1].
The invention also relates to crystallizable compositions and crystals comprising JAK3 kinase domain and JAK3 kinase domain complexed with AMP-PNP.
As it was mentioned above, the crystallization process in copolymers is predominantly governed by the length distribution of the crystallizable sequence.
explains that the Intellipac-brand membrane, which can be tailored to fit any size of flexible or rigid containers, is made of proprietary side chain crystallizable polymers over a porous substrate which affixes over an aperture in the produce package.
These ICs are the result of simultaneous binding of 52 and 553 to the same proinsulin molecule and are not the result of linkage between 52 and 553 by their crystallizable fraction, as demonstrated by the elution profile of mixtures of the two MoAbs in the absence of antigen.
Structure, Properties and Applications of Crystallizable ABA and ABC Triblock Copolymers with Hydrogenated Polybutadiene Blocks
When the polymer pair is miscible, the crystal growth rate of the crystallizable component is usually depressed, although a few exceptions have also been reported.
The stoichiometry favors the formation of long sequences of tetramethylene terephthalate (4GT) units in block copolymers consisting of crystallizable 4GT hard segments and amorphous elastomeric poly(alkylene ether terephthalate) soft segments (refs.
Suitable crystallizable polymers include polyethylene glycol (PEG), nylon, polyalkenes, polybutylterephthalates, polyethylene terepthalates, polyvinyl acetates, polyvinyl chlorides, polyphenyl sulfones, and polycaprolactones.
The most commonly used adhesives for powder bonding are crystallizable terephtalate copolyesters containing one or more dibasic acids and one or more glycols.
The other region, known as the fragment crystallizable or Fc region, has demonstrated, in vitro, the ability to bind to immune cells that can play a role in killing tumor cells.