Definition of Devitrification. Meaning of Devitrification. Synonyms of Devitrification

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Definition of Devitrification

Devitrification
Devitrification De*vit`ri*fi*ca"tion, n. The act or process of devitrifying, or the state of being devitrified. Specifically, the conversion of molten glassy matter into a stony mass by slow cooling, the result being the formation of crystallites, microbites, etc., in the glassy base, which are then called devitrification products.

Meaning of Devitrification from wikipedia

- Devitrification is the process of crystallization in a formerly crystal-free (amorphous) gl****. The term is derived from the Latin vitreus, meaning gl****y...
- Graphic texture is commonly created by exsolution and devitrification and immiscibility processes in igneous rocks. It is called 'graphic' because the...
- effect phase transformations, as in conversion of anatase to rutile or devitrification of gl**** materials; removal of ammonium ions in the synthesis of zeolites;...
- to 4 and a specific gravity of 2.1 to 2.2. It commonly occurs as a devitrification product of volcanic gl**** shards in tuff and as vesicle fillings in...
- Cristobalite Cristobalite spheres formed by devitrification from the obsidian matrix (California, USA) 5.9×3.8×3.8 cm General Category Oxide mineral,...
- low surface tension, high index of refraction, and resistance to devitrification. In polluted environments, nitrogen dioxide reacts with water (H 2O)...
- silicification (which has filled them with opal, chalcedony, and quartz) and by devitrification. The frequent presence of rounded corroded quartz crystals, such as...
- can be caused by chemical weathering (oxidation, mineralization) and devitrification. Proposed origins for Edeowie and other similar lechatelierites include...
- temperature range of 815 °C (1,499 °F) to 573 °C (1,063 °F) to avoid devitrification. The gl**** is then allowed to cool slowly over a specified time, soaking...
- m****ive sulfide deposit. Typical alteration textures ****ociated with devitrification of submarine volcanic rocks such as rhyolitic gl****es, notably formation...
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