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take shape

harden

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cause to take on a definite and clear shape

cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form

assume crystalline form

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The steps will be familiar to PET processors--blend virgin with regrind, crystallize, dry, and then extrude sheet--but there are significant differences.
You take hard cider, and the way it was made in colonial times is they would put it out in big barrels in the winter and it would freeze -- but not fully, so you'd crystallize out ice and you'd make more and more and more concentrated apple-flavoured liquor.
In such a ease, the calcium carbonate crystallizes in a ring shape.
As any basalt cools and crystallizes minerals under low-pressure conditions, the left-over (residual) liquid's composition moves down-temperature, away from the thermal divide and Ol-Ab join.
beta]-TCP crystallizes in the rhombohedral space group R3c with unit cell parameters a = 10.
Hence, vulcanized NR becomes stiff at low temperature, either because of reduced chain mobility (effect of Tg), or because it crystallizes.
Once you get home with your honey, don't be alarmed if it crystallizes.
Pre-funding of its near term pension funding requirements effectively crystallizes these liabilities into obligations with fixed terms and carrying costs, although at the same time extending the maturity.
PBT, with greater spacing between the aromatic rings, crystallizes more efficiently than PET.
Nylon 11 11 crystallizes from 1, 4-butanediol as the elongated and multilayered lath-shaped crystalline lamellae (Fig.
Vekilov and Siu-Tung Yau at the University of Alabama in Huntsville used an atomic force microscope to view the protein apoferritin as it crystallizes.
BKG Bruckmann & Kreyenborg Granuliertechnik, part of the Kreyenborg group, showed a new pelletizer that crystallizes PET with no external heat source, using only the retained heat from pelletizing.
Barium sulfate crystallizes in the form of rhombic plates.
A new underwater pelletizing system also crystallizes PET pellets aa they are dried.