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  • Crystal methods are a family of methodologies (the Crystal family) that were developed by Alistair Cockburn in the mid-1990s. The methods come from years
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  • numerous element is oxygen at 9 for 52.9 at %, kaolin is an oxide. The crystal structure consists of a sheet of interconnected silica tetrahedra. So,
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  • rock formation that has bee subducted into the athenosphere, and along with heat and or pressure changes its crystal structure. See w:Metamorphic rock
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  • is 50 at % iodine. On the right are twinned iodyrite, or iodargyrite, crystals are within a rock sample from Schöne Aussicht Mine, Dernbach, Neuwied,
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  • always insisted that the ancients had telescopes." "The Russians have found crystal lenses, perfectly spherical and of great precision, in ancient Egypt, during
    47 KB (5,042 words) - 12:28, 6 June 2016
  • Architect and Associate Professor Manuel A. Báez incorporates the theme of the Crystal & Flame as he presents an overview of his architectural research and work
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  • has been concentrated, it occurs as wires, dendritic crystals, twisted sheets, octahedral crystals, and variably-shaped nuggets. It most commonly occurs
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  • of their integer multiples. That is, if you start from one point in a crystal, and travel along a vector that is the sum of integer multiples of the
    3 KB (434 words) - 00:21, 25 April 2016
  • Each of the metalloids, in the native or elemental form has at least one crystal structure, but these structures may not be the usual cubic structures:
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  • numerous element is oxygen at 9 for 52.9 at %, kaolin is an oxide. The crystal structure consists of a sheet of interconnected silica tetrahedra. So,
    79 KB (7,336 words) - 02:34, 27 June 2016
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=dE8dAQAAIAAJ Leading British linguist Crystal (Shakespeare's Words) immediately distinguishes his pluralistic study of
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  • the crystal and is a good indication of its origins as natural. Graphite is a hexagonal form of carbon that often appears as tabular crystals.
    11 KB (992 words) - 23:46, 23 April 2016
  • magnesium-lithium phase diagram on the left, lithium occurs in the same crystal structure at lower temperatures as it does up to melting temperature. This
    5 KB (473 words) - 00:34, 24 April 2016
  • radium (Ra). Beryllium occurs in a hexgonal close-packed (hcp) crystal structure at room temperature (α-Be). As indicated in the phase diagram
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  • Computer monitor Read Wikipedia: Liquid-crystal display Read Wikipedia: Thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display Read Wikipedia: Backlight Read Wikipedia:
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  • even in volcanic rocks can yield euhedral feldspar crystals (light yellow) in a rhyolite (tiny crystal) matrix. Main sources: Volcanoes/Volcanic minerals/Plagioclases
    24 KB (2,234 words) - 11:48, 24 April 2016
  • the polonium is likely to be also. β-Po has a rhombohedral (trigonal) crystal structure. "Solid diorite and gabbro rock, which had previously crystallized
    10 KB (894 words) - 23:47, 23 April 2016
  • unknown, predicted to be black Discovery in: 1940 Density: unknown Crystal Structure: unknown Melting Point: 302 °C (575 K) Boiling Point: 337 °C
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  • (Ba), and radium (Ra). Beryllium occurs in a hexgonal close-packed (hcp) crystal structure at room temperature (α-Be). As indicated in the phase diagram
    104 KB (9,137 words) - 02:46, 21 April 2016
  • “Scintillation neutron detectors include liquid organic scintillators, crystals, plastics, glass and scintillation fibers.” Main source: Hypotheses
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