- The areas where crystallites
meet are known
materials, or polycrystals
silicon, also called polysilicon
or poly-Si, is a high purity, polycrystalline
form of silicon, used as a raw material
by the solar
- Low-temperature polycrystalline silicon
(LTPS) is polycrystalline silicon
that has been synthesized
(~650 °C and lower)...
used as gemstones. Polycrystalline diamond
of numerous small
, including almost
all metals, ceramics, ice, rocks, etc. Solids
that are neither crystalline
, such as gl****...
to short range order
only. In between
the two extremes exist polycrystalline
is made up of a number
of smaller crystals known
- 100 °C to 150 °C below
the cl****ification temperature. Products
made of polycrystalline
wool can generally
be used up to the cl****ification temperature.[citation...
- ****ue; Inoue, Toru; Sumiya, Hitoshi
(2003). "Materials: Ultrahard polycrystalline diamond
from graphite". Nature. 421 (6923): 599–600. Bibcode:2003Natur...
- conventional ceramic powder processing
techniques. ALON is the hardest polycrystalline transparent ceramic available
commercially. Its combination
- is the toughest
form of natural
diamond. It is an impure
form of polycrystalline diamond consisting
of diamond, graphite, and amorphous
carbon. It is...