Traducción de crystalline en Español:

crystalline

cristalino, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈkrɪstəˌlaɪn//ˈkrɪstəˌlin//ˈkrɪst(ə)lʌɪn//ˈkrɪstələn/

adjetivo

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    cristalino
    • Changing the state of a substance with asymmetric bonds requires more energy than a crystalline structure would.
    • Silica exists in several crystalline forms, in a large number of colloidal forms, and as an amorphous solid.
    • This crystalline structure is an orderly arrangement of ions known as a crystal lattice.
    • At higher elevations on these mountains, the parent material is acid crystalline rock.
    • Many substances - particularly those with crystalline structures - form differently when in low gravity.
    • Glass itself does not have a crystalline structure as minerals do.
    • Haematite is iron oxide - a grey form of the mineral that has a larger crystalline structure than the more familiar red stuff, or rust.
    • A crystalline metal is composed of a lattice of positively charged ions.
    • Both are crystalline forms of sulfur, but their structures are slightly different.
    • Saccharin is a white, crystalline powder that can be as much as 500 times sweeter than sucrose.
    • Even if a perfect crystal is not formed, the internal crystalline structure can be shown.
    • Crystal gems do not soak up water, because of their closely packed crystalline structure that does not permit water molecules to enter.
    • When it precipitates in the gall bladder it forms crystalline solids called gallstones.
    • Although most small molecule drugs come as crystalline powders, only one protein pharmaceutical, insulin, is formulated thus.
    • As more of the chains are caused to line up in an ordered manner, the polymer becomes more crystalline.
    • Silicate minerals are classified primarily on the basis of their crystalline structure.
    • Cristobalite is a crystalline form of silica that has a diamondlike structure.
    • They consist of metals and nonmetals bound together in a crystalline or non-crystalline structure.
    • This usually leads to a physical structure that is crystalline in nature.
    • Quartz and gypsum are other familiar examples of crystalline structures.