[ US /ˈæɫəˌɡɹæf/ ]
  1. a signature written by one person for another
  2. a variant form of a grapheme, as `m' or `M' or a handwritten version of that grapheme
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  • The single-sided fish defects of KFC copper alloys applied to lead frame produced by domestic corporation were studied and analyzed by energy spectrum analysis, SEM and metallographic analysis.
  • Svedberg's investigations with the ultracentrifuge and Tiselius's electrophoresis studies (see Section 3.10) were instrumental in establishing that protein molecules have a unique size and structure, and this was a prerequisite for Sanger's determination of their amino-acid sequence and the crystallographic work of The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry
  • It is built up of a number of crystals of the same composition, given the name ferrite in metallography.
  • The quality of the computed structures has been evaluated by several techniques borrowed from crystallography.
  • If, on the other hand, as was assumed in crystallography, a regular arrangement of the atoms or the molecules in a space lattice was the basis of the shapes of the natural crystals, then, according to estimates, the distances of the points of the lattice ought to be exactly of that order of magnitude that was required for the decomposition of X-radiation in a spectrum. Nobel Prize in Physics 1924 - Presentation Speech
  • You would be amazed how often they want to write a joint experimental/modeling paper, but want to see the experimental results the conductivities or the crystallography or the neutron study or whatever BEFORE they model. Answers to the House Committee on Cross-Validation Statistics « Climate Audit
  • Moreover. shifts in protein conformation could be analyzed in physiological environments to complement crystallography.
  • crystallography of the organic," and to lay the foundations of a mechanistic morphology, or morphography at least. Form and Function A Contribution to the History of Animal Morphology
  • _ But upon comparing the corresponding substances hemoglobins in different species of a genus it is generally found that they differ the one from the other to a greater or less degree; the differences being such that when complete crystallographic data are available the different _species can be distinguished_ by these _differences in their hemoglobins_’ .... Manhood of Humanity.
  • Because bond strengths may differ along the various crystallographic axes, hardness may also vary slightly in direction.
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