Crystal is an interpreted language used for a variety of purposes. It has advanced mathematics, arrays and modules .
The regular form which a substance tends to assume in solidifying, through the inherent power of cohesive attraction. It is bounded by plane surfaces, symmetrically arranged, and each species of crystal has fixed axial ratios. See Crystallization.
A structure with a geometric form that reflects the geometric ordering of the atoms or molecules comprising it. Examples are salt, sugar, and snowflakes.
A form of matter, characterized by flat surfaces, in which the atoms, ions, or molecules are arranged in all directions to form a regular, repeating network.
solids in which atoms or molecules link together in geometric shapes.
A solid which consists of atoms placed in a periodic arrangment
A solid, polyhedral form bounded by naturally formed plane surfaces resulting from growth of a crystal lattice.
Crystal is a solid whose atoms form a very regular structure. Some crystals include quartz, diamond, and emerald.
A three-dimensional array or atoms having a certain regularity in its arrangement. A crystal is composed of many cells or lattices, in which the atoms are arranged. In the field of metallurgy, a crystal is often called a grain.
(crys' tal) A solid body having a regularly repeated long-range three dimensional internal arrangement of atoms. The external expression of a crystal may be bounded, although it does not have to be bounded, by natural planar surfaces called "faces".
A physically homogeneous solid in which the atoms, ions, or molecules are arranged in a three-dimensional repetitive pattern.
A mineral's unique structure, defined by flat surfaces that meet together at an edge, produced by the orderly internal arrangement of chemical elements or compounds.
( KRIH-STAHL & KRIHS-TAL) THE SHAPE, OF A CHEMICAL'S MOLECULES, WHEN SOLID OR FROZEN SOLID, OR THE MOLECULAR SHAPE OF AN ATOMIC ELEMENT'S ATOMS, WHEN THEY, JOIN TOGETHER, DURING ELECTOLYSIS & OR ELECTRO-PLATING.
Solid substance with a regular geometirc arrangement of atoms.
A three-dimensional solid formed by regular repetition of the packing of atoms, ions, or molecules.
homogeneous solid in which the particles (atoms, ions, or molecules) are arranged in a regular, repeating, three-dimensional pattern called a crystal lattice. (see unit cell)
Solid particle with a regular, periodic arrangement of atoms or molecules throughout the particle.
solid matter of known, usually homegenous (all the same) composition, with a symmetrical internal structure (geometric lattice).
Any domain of ice which has a common orientation of the orderly array of molecules which makes up the solid structure.
a solid formed by the solidification of a chemical and having a highly regular atomic structure
a rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces
a body that is formed by the solidification of a chemical element, a compound, or a mixture of them, and has a regularly repeating internal arrangement of its atoms and often-external plane faces
a body, usually bounded by symmetrically arranged plane surfaces possessing properties which differ in magnitude in different directions
a collection of atoms or molecules structured in a specific repeatable pattern
a compound made up of repeating units
a geometric object
a geometric solid that forms in a definite, repeating pattern
a large group of atoms (or molecules ) held together by chemical bonds in a regular structure
a material whose atomic structure is very symmetric
an array of atoms packed together in a regular pattern
an assemblage of molecules that form a unit cell, a consciousness, a soul
an ordered array of atoms or groups of atoms
a particularly well ordered arrangement of atoms
a patterned three-dimensional assembly of atoms that is a repetitive (periodic) array of atoms
a polyhedral form, which means it is a geometric solid
a potentially endless, three-dimensional, periodic discontinuum built up by atoms, ions or molecules
a regular polyhedral form, bounded by smooth faces, which is assumed by a chemical compound, due to the action of its interatomic forces, when passing, under suitable conditions, from the state of a liquid or gas to that of a solid
a repeating array
a set of one or more atoms called a basis that is positioned at every point in a Bravais lattice (see Bravais lattice )
a solid body bounded by natural plane faces that are the external expression of a regular internal arrangement of constituent atoms, molecules, or ions
a solid body formed from the bonding of atomic elements or compounds in a repeating arrangement
a solid body with a geometrically regular shape
a solid, but a very special solid where the atoms are arranged in a very specific and organized geometric pattern
a solid composed of atoms arranged in an orderly repetitive array
a solid formed by the solidification of chemicals, has a
a solid form of a substance or mixture that has a repeating internal arrangement of its atoms
a solidified form of a substance in which the atoms or molecules are arranged in a definite pattern that is repeated regularly in three dimensions
a solid material made up of repeating patterns of atoms
a solid material with ordered internal atomic and structure of regularly repeating three dimensional patterns
a solid substance with orderly configured atoms and molecules
a solid that consists of
a solid that is bounded by smooth plane surfaces called faces whose arrangement is governed by the internal structure of the mineral
a solid that is made up of atoms arranged in a regular orderly pattern
a solid whose particles are arranged in an orderly, repeating, geometric pattern
a solid with a definite geometric shape
a solid with a regular repeating internal three-dimensional arrangement of atoms
a special kind of solid
The pattern or arrangement of atomes forming a solid material.
A discrete solid where the atoms,ions or molecules are arranged in an ordered 3-dimensional structure. The regular structures have the ability to "bend" or diffract beams of X-rays, and this aspect of crystallography is an extremely helpful tool in structure determination.
A solid mass of mineral, having a regular geometric shape and bounded by smooth, flat surfaces.
solid featuring periodic spatial arrangement of atoms throughout the entire piece of material learn more.
a solid form of mineral with a regular, geometrical shape
A natural or synthetic semiconductor material whose atoms are arranged with some degree of geometric regularity. A solid composed of atoms, ions, or molecules arranged in a pattern that is periodic in three dimensions.
A solid composed of atoms arranged in an orderly pattern
a mass of molecules arranged in a neat and orderly fashion. In polymer crystal the chains are lined up neatly like new pencils in a package. They are also bound together tightly by secondary interactions. (see: secondary interactions)
A crystal is the solid form of a substance in which the atoms or molecules are arranged in a definite, repeating pattern. The formation results in one of three ways: dissolved matter may precipitate out of a solution such as molten magma or sea water; gases may condense into a solid form, and two or more solid crystals under high temperature and pressure may recombine into a new mineral. The external shape of the crystal -- smooth, symmetrically arranged, flat surfaces -- reflects its atomic structure.
A solid substance that has a well-defined internal order and a characteristic shape.
A mineral in which the systematic internal arrangement of atoms is outwardly reflected as a latticework of repeated three-dimensional units that form a geometric solid with a surface consisting of symmetrical planes.
A body that is formed by the solidification of a chemical element, compound, or mixture that has a regularly repeating internal arrangement of its atoms and often external plane faces. Crystals are usually meant to be dissolved in a liquid.
a solid that has a regular pattern of atoms or molecules
a solid made up of molecules that are neatly arranged in precise, repeating pattern
A chunk of solid material in which all the atoms are lined up in an orderly pattern like rows of oranges in a grocery store. Transistors are made out of semiconductor crystals. Growing perfect germanium and silicon crystals with no defects or unwanted impurities is key to building a working transistor.
a solid composed of atoms, ions, or molecules arranged in a pattern that is periodic in three dimensions. [ASTM F1241
regular arrangement of water molecules with long-range order
A material in which the atoms are ordered into rows and columns (a lattice) and because of this consistency, electrons, whose wavelength is about the same size as the spacing between atoms, undergoes diffraction (spreading the light).
(crys´-tal) A homogeneous, solid body of a chemical element, compound, or isomorphous mixture, having a regularly repeating atomic arrangement that may be outwardly expressed by the plane faces.
A homogenous solid formed by a repeating 3-D pattern of atoms or molecules. The orderly arrangement forms a pattern called a crystal lattice.
a solid in which the particles are arranged in a pattern to make shapes with flat surfaces
Natural or synthetic piezoelectric or semiconductor material with atoms arranged with some degree of geometric regularity.
Naturally occurring solid substance with flat surfaces
A solid form of a substance where the molecules are arranged in a repeating pattern or asymmetrical arrangement. In kidney stone disease, microscopic crystals of various stone materials can be seen in the urine when conditions are right.
A more or less regular periodic array of atoms, molecules, or ions, usually forming a solid. In everyday parlance crystal is used in a bewildering variety of ways, sometimes contradictory. Fine glassware is called crystal, although glass, an amorphous solid, is the antithesis of a crystal. A solid with facets exhibiting external symmetry may be called a crystal, although a solid without such facets may still be a crystal. A pure liquid such as water is said to be crystal clear even though transparency is not an essential property of a crystal.
A solid with a regular array of atoms. Sapphire (Ruby Laser) and YAG ( Nd:YAG laser) are two crystalline materials used as laser sources.
A solid of defined shape that is bound by plane surfaces (facets) that intersect at characteristic angles. The shape of a crystal is defined by the bonding and/or interaction between atoms, ions, or molecules that make up the solid. The substances, planar angles and defects in a crystal affect the electrical and optical properties (including color) of the crystal.
In chemistry and mineralogy, a crystal is a solid in which the constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are packed in a regularly ordered, repeating pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions.
CRYSTAL is a Quantum chemistry ab initio program, designed primarily for calculations on crystals (3 dimensions), slabs (2 dimensions) and polymers (1 dimension) using translational symmetry, but it can be used for single molecules. It is written by V.R. Saunders, R.