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Crystalline anisotropy Orientation dependence of various properties in a crystal lattice. crystalline ceramic Inorganic, nonmetallic material obtained mostly by a hightemperature treatment (known as firing) of particulate products, causing sintering and other solid-state reactions. In some cases, ceramics can be obtained by crystallization of a glassy phase (see glass-ceramic), vapor deposition, etc. crystalline fracture Brittle fracture wherein an increased area of the fracture surface lies parallel to cleavage planes.
Ferrite Solid solution of alloying elements and/or carbon in δ-Fe. ∆r-value Quantity characterizing planar anisotropy in sheets: ∆r = (r0 + r90 – 2r45)/4 where r is the r-value, and the subscripts 0, 45, and 90 denote the angles between the axis of the tension specimen and RD of the sheet. , in single-phase materials, grains are dark and grain boundaries bright, in contrast to bright-field illumination). This is due to the fact that the inclined features reflect the incident light into an objective, whereas the horizontal features do not.
4. degree of freedom In thermodynamics and materials science, a maximum number of variables that can be changed independently without changing the phase composition of an isolated system at thermodynamic equilibrium. For instance, in a single-component system, these variables are © 2003 by CRC Press LLC temperature and pressure. Possible degrees of freedom in binary systems are temperature, pressure, and the concentration of one of the components in one of the phases (the concentration of the other component cannot be varied arbitrarily).