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having no distinct shape

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having no definite form or distinct shape

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lacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies

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without real or apparent crystalline form

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60 ml of anhydrous ethanol and silane coupling agent (in the amount corresponding to surface hydroxyl number) were mixed in the flask evenly, adding a certain amount (10 g) of amorphous silica, and the mixture was let to react in the water bath at 70[degrees]C for 2 h.
From the strip with amorphous structure specimens, having dimensions 15 x 8 x 0.
Amorphous ribbons (6 mm wide and about 20 [micro]m thick) of the nominal composition of [Fe.
There's the rub: Both types of scrap are amorphous, and when amorphous PET is heated to its glasstransition temperature it will begin to soften, stick together, and bridge, causing material flow interruptions in the drying hopper.
It is suggested that the film stretching with boric acid produces a large amount of oriented amorphous chains through the crystallites breakup without strain-induced crystallization.
In a recent paper in Science, Trudel and his team describe an improved method for fabricating amorphous metal oxides.
Amorphous oxides can form thin films that are transparent and electrically conductive, which is why they already serve as the see-through electrode layer in displays and solar cells.
Amorphous lactose mainly results from crystal damage of lactose monohydrate after drying.
1-mm-thick amorphous TFT LCD by using ultra-thin components, including the backlight, polarizing plate and glass substrate.
The transparent solid is similar in structure to the ordinary amorphous silica in window glass.
Multilayer Film Comprising An Amorphous Polymer: No.
Neosyl GP and AC are fine white, free-flowing, precipitated amorphous silica powders.
It is comprised of a binder of at least one amorphous urethane acrylate having a glass transition temperature of at least 35[degrees]C and a melting point of 50 to 120[degrees]C; and an auxiliary.
Powder x ray diffraction patterns suggested the material was amorphous, exhibiting a single broad peak at 30.