crystal

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  • Each one can be classified into one of the seven crystal systems.
  • However, the resulting crystals were too small for the available technology of the time.
  • They were not as yet very large or well-formed crystals. Cited from The Research Magnificent, by H.G. Wells
  • However, the quality and size of the crystals that were produced by these early efforts were poor.
  • The blue crystal is changed into white powder as water is removed.
  • It is usually of pale green color, and its small crystals are often very perfect in form.
  • Walk up to a crystal to save your game!
  • The crystal is then left to cool, while the electric field is maintained.
  • Another is birefringence, where a double image appears when looking through a crystal.
  • But, there are some important materials that do not exhibit regular crystal structure.
  • Other types of liquid crystals are described in the main article on these states.
  • The forces between the atoms in a crystal can take a variety of forms.
  • The town gave its name to the world-famous crystal factory which has been located here since the 18th century.
  • Crystal never played a game at Marshall because the program was suspended during his first year.
  • They are similar to but not quite the same as the seven crystal systems and the six crystal families.
  • In this case most of the light can not escape and is lost as waste heat in the crystal.
  • If the relative humidity increase near the surface is large enough then ice crystals may form.
  • These crystals are thought to form at least partially outside the cell.
  • Other materials such as crystal/glass, wood, ivory, and metal have also been used.
  • Crystal Lake is a prominent physical feature of the area.
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Meaning of crystal

  • noun A solid formed by the solidification of a chemical and having a highly regular atomic structure
  • noun A crystalline element used as a component in various electronic devices
  • noun A rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces
  • noun Glassware made of quartz
  • noun A protective cover that protects the face of a watch