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crystal
billur
crystal
kristal

Tom bu kuvars kristallerinin iyileştirici güçleri olduğuna inanır. - Tom believes that these quartz crystals have healing powers.

Bu molekül, kristalli bir yapıya sahip. - This molecule has a crystalline structure.

crystallized fruit
meyve şekerlemesi
crystallized ginger
kristalize zencefil
crystallized quartz
necef taşı
crystallized quartz
(isim)cef taşı
crystallize
{f} belirginleşmek
crystal
kırılca
crystallize
kristalize et
crystallize
billurlaştırmak
crystallize
(çelik) Müteaddit gerilmeler ile mikrostrüktürünü değiştirmek
crystallize
Şekerle kaplamak
crystallize
Belirli bir şekil vermek veya almak
crystallize
Billurlaştırmak billurlaşmak, kristal şekline koymak, kristal haline gelmek; belli olmak, sabit olmak
crystallize
kristalleşmek
crystal
açık

Kendimi açık seçik ifade etmeme izin verin. - Let me make myself crystal clear.

crystal
kristal eşya
crystal
şeffaf
crystal
şeffaf şey
crystal
saat camı
crystal
crystal ball billur küre
crystal
crystal glass parlak ve şeffafcrystal set kristal ile çalışan radyo alıcısı
crystal
berrak
crystal
parlak
crystal
(Askeri) KRİSTAL: Şeffaf, parlak ve kesme cam, billur
crystal
kristal biçiminde
crystal
crystal gazing billur küre ile fal bakma
crystal
kesme cam
crystal
billur gibi
crystal
(Tıp) Tabii halde köşeli şekil göseren sert yapıda şeffaf madde, billur, kristal
crystallize
{f} belirginleştirmek
crystallize
kristalize etmek
crystallize
billurlaşmak
crystallize
kristalize et,kristalleş
İngilizce - İngilizce
having definitive and fixed form, solidified
Simple past tense and past participle of crystallize
being crystalline, in the form of crystals
having both internal structure and external form of a crystal; "quartz crystal is perfectly crystallized"
having become fixed and definite in form; "distinguish between crystallized and uncrystallized opinion"- Psychological Abstracts
past of crystallize
crys·tal·lized in BRIT, also use crystallised Crystallized fruits and sweets are covered in sugar which has been melted and then allowed to go hard. crystallized fruit, ginger, or flowers are made by a special process which covers them with sugar
crystallized ginger
strips of ginger root cooked in sugar syrup and coated with sugar
Crystal
A female given name

Well, he said, name a girl Crystal and what's more likely? That she'll get a Ph.D. in biomechanics, or end up shaking her tail for tips?.

crystal
A fine type of glassware, or the material used to make it
crystal
A solid (mineral quartz or otherwise) composed of an array of atoms possessing long-range order and arranged in a pattern which is periodic in three dimensions
crystal
crystal meth: methamphetamine hydrochloride
crystal
A piece of glimmering, shining mineral resembling ice or glass
crystallize
to make something such as an idea more definite or precise
crystallize
to become more definite or precise
crystallize
to bring together or give fixed shape to
crystal
{a} transparent, clear, bright
crystal
{n} a transparent stone, regular form of salt or other substance made from a solution by evaporation
Crystal
The drug Crystal Meth (methamphetamine hydrochloride)
Crystal
given name, female
crystal
Ornamental vessels are made of it
crystal
The material of quartz, in crystallization transparent or nearly so, and either colorless or slightly tinged with gray, or the like; called also rock crystal
crystal
a regular repeat of molecules, usually with some sort of internal rotational symmetry Protein crystals are usually about 40-60% solvent by weight and are thus fragile and sensitive to drying out
crystal
Glasses and other containers made of crystal are referred to as crystal. Get out your best china and crystal. Any solid material whose atoms are arranged in a definite pattern and whose surface regularity reflects its internal symmetry. Each of a crystal's millions of individual structural units (unit cells) contains all the substance's atoms, molecules, or ions in the same proportions as in its chemical formula (see formula weight). The cells are repeated in all directions to form a geometric pattern, manifested by the number and orientation of external planes (crystal faces). Crystals are classified into seven crystallographic systems based on their symmetry: isometric, trigonal, hexagonal, tetragonal, orthorhombic, monoclinic, and triclinic. Crystals are generally formed when a liquid solidifies, a vapour becomes supersaturated (see saturation), or a liquid solution can no longer retain dissolved material, which is then precipitated. Metals, alloys, minerals, and semiconductors are all crystalline, at least microscopically. (A noncrystalline solid is called amorphous.) Under special conditions, a single crystal can grow to a substantial size; examples include gemstones and some artificial crystals. Few crystals are perfect; defects affect the material's electrical behaviour and may weaken or strengthen it. See also liquid crystal. Crystal Night crystal lattice Crystal Palace liquid crystal liquid crystal display rock crystal
crystal
The normal form of a solid state of matter which has a regular repeating pattern
crystal
The regular form which a substance tends to assume in solidifying, through the inherent power of cohesive attraction
crystal
A three-dimensional solid formed by regular repetition of the packing of atoms, ions, or molecules
crystal
A body that is formed by the solidification of a chemical element, a compound, or a mixture and has a regularly repeating internal arrangement of its ATOMs and often external plane faces
crystal
a protective cover that protects the face of a watch
crystal
See Flint glass
crystal
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crystal
The transparent cover on a watch face made of glass crystal, synthetic sapphire or plastic Better watches often have a sapphire crystal which is highly resistant to scratching or shattering A-Z Index : D Return to Top depth alarm: An alarm on a divers' watch that sounds when the wearer exceeds a pre-set depth
crystal
{i} transparent mineral (especially a type of quartz); type of clear glass
crystal
In wireless microphones and digital devices, a frequency stabilizing device consisting of a small quartz crystal in a holder The natural vibrational frequency of the quartz can be made highly stable by external circuitry and is used to establish the operating frequency of wireless transmitters, receivers and other RF and digital equipment
crystal
A species of glass, more perfect in its composition and manufacture than common glass, and often cut into ornamental forms
crystal
The transparent cover over a watch dial - usually made of glass, crystal, or plastic
crystal
A regular three-dimensional form of a mineral with flat surfaces (faces) and specific angles between the faces The crystal form is an outward expression of the molecular structure of the mineral
crystal
n the regular polyhedral form of a mineral which is the outward expression of a regularly repeating internal arrangement of atoms
crystal
A solid composed of atoms, ions, or molecules arranged in a pattern that is periodic in three dimensions
crystal
Anything resembling crystal, as clear water, etc
crystal
a rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces
crystal
In biology refers to large, regular assembly of macromolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids It is possible to isolate and purify proteins or DNA in large quantity and let them crystallize in saturated solution These protein or DNA crystals contain millions of regularly aligned units that allow the determination of the electron distribution from X-ray diffraction studies Since atoms are distinguished by their specific numbers of electrons, their distribution allows an analysis of the atomic composition of proteins or DNA This electron distribution is then used to calculate the so called high resolution structure of molecules
crystal
A crystal is the solid form of a substance in which the atoms or molecules are arranged in a definite, repeating pattern The formation results in one of three ways: a liquid may cool or freeze into a solid; dissolved matter may precipitate out of a solution; or gases may condense into a solid form The external shape of the crystal -- smooth, symmetrically arranged, flat surfaces -- reflects its atomic structure
crystal
refers to transparent or translucent opal where the colours are sharp and visible below the surface
crystal
As in a 'crystal ball marble ' It is a clear glass marble, void of color Once manufactured with some amounts of lead to increase clarity However, EPA regulations now forbid the manufacture of glass using lead in the United States
crystal
the piezoelectric element(s) in a stack which expands and contracts in an alternating (charged) electrical field, thus inducing vibration nbsp; In low-powered ultrasonic cleaning tanks, crystals are sometimes bonded directly to the diaphragm (tank bottom or side wall)
crystal
In the past, glass of high degree of brilliance achieved by adding lead, or referring to cut glass Today, the term "crystal" can refer to the molten colorless glass which lies in the ceramic pot inside the furnace We also speak of "eco-kristall" A brilliant glass which does not contain lead Crystal, full and lead - Full lead crystal or crystal superieur contains 30% lead Half lead crystal contain 24% lead
crystal
Smoky quartz, Pebble; also Brazilian pebble, under Brazilian
crystal
colorless glass made of almost pure silica
crystal
Consisting of, or like, crystal; clear; transparent; lucid; pellucid; crystalline
crystal
a crystal is a solid particle in which the atoms, ions, or molecules are arranged in a regularly repeating, characteristic pattern or network of fixed points in space, with measurable distances between them 1
crystal
A regular repeat of molecules, usually with some sort of internal rotational symmetry Protein crystals are usually about 40- 60% solvent by weight and are thus fragile and sensitive to drying out [Robert L Campbell, Protein crystallography: Important points and definitions Dept of Biophysics and Biochemistry, Johns Hopkins Univ , US http: //biophysics med jhu edu/rlc/lect/definitions html
crystal
A regular, periodic arrangement of atoms
crystal
It is bounded by plane surfaces, symmetrically arranged, and each species of crystal has fixed axial ratios
crystal
Solid with a regular geometric shape, having a characteristic internal structure and enclosed by symmetrically arranged plane surfaces, intersecting at definite and characteristic angles In crystals the particles (atoms, ions, or molecules) have a regular three-dimensional repeating arrangement in space This is called the crystal structure The crystal lattice is the arrangement of points in space at which the particles are positioned
crystal
The clean cover over the watch face Three types of crystals are commonly found in watches Acrylic crystal, a plastic, is inexpensive and shallow scratches can be buffed out Mineral crystal is comprised of several elements that are heat treated to create unusual hardness that aids in resisting scratches Sapphire crystal is the most expensive and durable, approximately three times harder than mineral crystals and 20 time harder than acrylic crystals A nonreflective coating on some sport styles prevents glare
crystal
A chunk of solid material in which all the atoms are lined up in an orderly pattern like rows of oranges in a grocery store Transistors are made out of semiconductor crystals Growing perfect germanium and silicon crystals with no defects or unwanted impurities is key to building a working transistor
crystal
a protective cover that protects the face of a watch glassware made of quartz a crystalline element used as a component in various electronic devices a rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces a solid formed by the solidification of a chemical and having a highly regular atomic structure
crystal
Crystal is a high quality glass, usually with patterns cut into its surface. Some of the finest drinking glasses are made from lead crystal. crystal glasses
crystal
glassware made of quartz
crystal
Crystal is a transparent rock that is used to make jewellery and ornaments. a strand of crystal beads
crystal
The part of a radio system that tells the transmitter to emit a particular frequency, and also tells the receiver to look for a particular frequency Crystals normally are packaged in pairs, because the receiver requires a different crystal than the transmitter You must use the same frequency crystals in the transmitter and receiver to make the car respond correctly to your commands
crystal
The glass over the dial of a watch case
crystal
A crystal is a small piece of a substance that has formed naturally into a regular symmetrical shape. salt crystals. a single crystal of silicon. see also liquid crystal, liquid crystal display
crystal
"When a mineral, or a chemical substance prepared by man, is bounded by regularly arranged natural plane surfaces, giving the specimen a definite geometrical form or outline, the substance is said to be a crystal " (Gems and Gem Minerals)
crystal
a crystalline element used as a component in various electronic devices
crystal
a solid formed by the solidification of a chemical and having a highly regular atomic structure
crystallize
crys·tal·lize crystallizes crystallizing crystallized in BRIT, also use crystallise1. If you crystallize an opinion or idea, or if it crystallizes, it becomes fixed and definite in someone's mind. He has managed to crystallise the feelings of millions of ordinary Russians Now my thoughts really began to crystallise
crystallize
make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?"; "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
crystallize
If a substance crystallizes, or something crystallizes it, it turns into crystals. Don't stir or the sugar will crystallise. a 19th century technique that actually crystallizes the tin
crystallize
cause to take on a definite and clear shape; "He tried to crystallize his thoughts"
crystallize
To cause to form crystals, or to assume the crystalline form
crystallize
cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form; "crystallize minerals"
crystallize
{f} cause to form into crystals; cause to take form or shape; form into crystals; take form or shape make clear, make free from confusion, clarify from lack of clarity (also crystalise)
crystallize
To be converted into a crystal; to take on a crystalline form, through the action of crystallogenic or cohesive attraction
crystallize
assume crystalline form; become crystallized cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form; "crystallize minerals
crystallize
cause to take on a definite and clear shape; "He tried to crystallize his thoughts" assume crystalline form; become crystallized cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form; "crystallize minerals
crystallize
to make something form into crystals
crystallize
assume crystalline form; become crystallized
crystallize
to coat something with crystals, especially with sugar
crystallize
to assume the form of a crystal
crystallized

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