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Synonyms for crystalline

admitting light so that objects beyond can be seen

Synonyms for crystalline

consisting of or containing or of the nature of crystals

distinctly or sharply outlined

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transmitting light

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From [gamma](r), the basic parameters of the lamellar stacks, to know the crystalline lamellae thickness ([l.sub.c]) and the amorphous layer thickness ([l.sub.a]), have been calculated.
On Earth, when water molecules reach zero degrees Celsius, they enter a lower energy state and settle onto a hexagonal crystalline lattice.
The effective date of the rule was April 23, 2018, and the compliance dates are as follows: For occupational exposures to respirable crystalline silica in construction work, employers must comply with all obligations of the rule by October 1, 2018.
One important change from the proposed rule is that OSHA has made a final determination to exclude exposures in general industry and maritime where the employer has objective data demonstrating that employee exposure to respirable crystalline silica will remain below 25 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] as an eight-hour TWA under any foreseeable conditions.
Clinical biochemical and pathologic correlations in Bietti's crystalline dystrophy Am J Ophthalmol.
Chronic/classic silicosis, the most common, occurs after 15-20 years of moderate to low exposures to respirable crystalline silica.
When I was working on Gnegel's crystalline glaze team I was full of complaints regarding the complicated and difficult experiments.
Due to its easy exploitation and good quality, when compared with water stored in crevices of crystalline rocks, the water from the alluvial aquifer of the Forquilha River becomes an important source for both human and animal consumption, as well as to irrigate small plantations, such as maize and bean.
Caption: The publication profiles typical protection measures for crystalline silica exposure-prone work environments.
The crystalline ceramic that researchers are developing would encase the leftover material.
KEY WORDS: Perm canaliculus, selective breeding, crystalline style, enzyme activities, chitinase, cellulase, amylase
In semi-crystalline thermoplastics, because of the different densities of the amorphous and crystalline regions, and hence different refractive indices, transmitted light gets diffracted and _ scattered as it passes from one region to the next, thereby reducing the amounted of light transmitted in the normal direction.
Metallic glasses (MGs) are a kind of advanced engineering materials due to their high strength, high elastic limit, and better corrosion resistance compared to their crystalline counterparts [1].
The surface properties of a bacterium are determined by the exact molecular composition of its membrane and cell envelope, including capsules, glycocalyx, Crystalline Layer, peptidoglycan and LPS, and the other surface structures, such as flagella and pili or fimbriae [7,17,3].
SIMON Ellis, a respiratory disease solicitor at Hugh James, discusses how exposure to crystalline silica dust through working with fine particles of sand, cement or limestone may be the emerging respiratory disease in the workplace.