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7.4 CRYSTALLISABILITY There is another term, namely, 'Crystallisability' which
is apt to bo confused with crystallinity. Crystallisability is the maximum crystallinity
that a polymer can achieve at a particular temperature, regardless of the other ...
Vasant R. Gowariker, N. V. Viswanathan, Jayadev Sreedhar, 1986
Structure-based Drug Discovery: An Overview
3. Crystallisability. of. Proteins. Crystallisation is the process of slowly transferring
the protein molecules present in a solution to a crystal. Usually, this is
accomplished by the addition of organic substances and/or salts in order to bring
Structure-based Drug Discovery
It is not known to what extent these parameters correlate to crystallisability, but
the emerging view is that biophysical properties of the protein correlate better to
crystallisability than for example protein activity, as partially unfolded and ...
Harren Jhoti, Andrew R. Leach, 2007
The influence of the fillers on the crystallisability of the vulcanisates was studied
with a SKI-3: SKMS-lOs ratio of 75:25, 5 parts by wt. of zinc oxide and 3 parts by
wt. of TMTDS. The amount of filler was 50 parts by wt. It is seen from the data ...
THE JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF ARTS AND INSTITUTIONS IN ...
Farther, when we make a strong solution of cane sugar and subject it to heat,
especially in the presence of an acid, it loses its crystallisability, and then
acquires, curiously enough, a left-handed power; and, to destroy this
Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
... The crystallisability of the glasses was determined by the polythermal method.
The phases were identified and their properties determined using crystal optics (
studied on a MIN-8 microscope) and X-ray powder- diffraction phase analysis.
The crystallisability was assessed at the temperature of maximum rate of
crystallisation (-25CC) from the ratio between the recovery after 80%
compression for 30 minutes and the recovery after 20% compression for 5
minutes. As might be ...
The Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture
... portion of iron,' it added a portion of sulphate of manganese which did not eriist
in it before. l ' ' Lastly, ll suspected that the purification of tlie alum might be
deduced from the difference of solubility and crystallisability of its component
Polyurethane Elastomers: From Morphology to Mechanical Aspects
To conclude: X-ray diffraction patterns showed significant crystallisability for the
PU materials based on DBDI hard segments. There was evidence of the
appearance of more or less complete phase separation associated with the
formation of ...
Cristina Prisacariu, 2011
Advances in progressive thermoplastic and thermosetting ...
Tensile load/unload cycles for polyurethane-urea based on MDI: PUMD (PTHF/
MDI/MDA) 1.6 Structural studies 1.6.1 WAXS Measurements X-ray diffraction
patterns showed significant crystallisability for the PUs materials based on DBDI
Yevgen Mamunya, Maksym Iurzhenko
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Will it crystallise?
Pete Wood, a scientist at the CCDC says 'the likelihood of crystallinity, or crystallisability, of small molecules is of great significance in the ... «Royal Society of Chemistry, Nov 14»