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Synonyms for acicular

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narrow and long and pointed

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Structural features typically associated with normal Galaxea fascicularis septa, such as acicular and fusiform crystals and well-defined fasciculi (Fig.
erinacea), such as narrow acicular leaf shape and maximum leaf involution, in combination with schlerenchyma in an abaxial shield (Fig.
To do this, the used acicular PCC was coated with stearic acid with a concentration of 1.6 wt%.
The presence of acicular ferrite (AF) with fine grains, which provides maximum resistance to crack propagation, was observed in the processes investigated.
Chrysocolla pseudomorphs (to 5 mm) after a bladed or acicular mineral (malachite?) and a mineral which formed small (to 2 mm) lenticular crystals were also found in an isolated occurrence in a pillar.
Formation (in the second case) of acicular [Me.sub.6]C carbides at the base--seam boundary exerts effect of incision in the tests and causes reduction of the BJ plasticity.
The technology employs two types of super-fine magnetic particles, both tens of nanometers in scale: Acicular Ferromagnetic Alloy particle and Tabular Ferro-magnetic Hexagonal Barium Ferrite particle.
These are clusters of acicular crystals that form fasciculi and spindle-shaped crystals referred to as fusiform crystals.
The microstructures of the Q690 BM were mainly of lath bainite, with abundant acicular ferrite island groups, as presented in Figure 1(c).
To analyze possible variations in the crystalline morphology with the introduction of the acicular nanofiller, an AFM study was performed on PE and all the nanocomposites prepared.
Investigation [2] shows that resistance of welded joint to tension stresses and dynamic loads is higher when microstructure of the weld contains acicular ferrite.
Epidote from the Dashkesan mine forms lustrous, pistachio-green fan-sprays of prismatic to acicular crystals, and some of the Fersman specimens on hand at Denver are sturdy plates to 10 cm of such sprays tightly intergrown.
The structure of the heat treated specimens consisted of acicular martensite and retained austenite foil a few tens of [micro]m thick
Structure of high speed steel R6M5 (EBCHR) after hardening consists of acicular martensite, residual austenite, residues of carbide network over grain boundaries and structurally isolated carbides of compact form, uniformly distributed over the metallographic specimen section (Figure 1, c).