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NUCLEATING [1 record]

Record 1 1979-07-30

English

Subject field(s)
  • Chemistry
CONT

Certain substances, when incorporated in a polymer melt, promote abundant nucleation. These substances are then called nucleating agents.

CONT

The present [study] deals with the nature of nucleating substances, a second with the crystallization kinetics of a polymer containing purposely added nucleating agents and a third with the theory of heterogeneous nucleation (...)

French

Domaine(s)
  • Chimie
CONT

En effet, des variations de composition permettent aux vitrocéramiques de s'adapter aux caractéristiques attendues d'elles; quant à l'agent nucléant (métal précieux, ions fluor, sulfures, etc.) il va permettre, si l'on nous autorise l'image, d'ensemencer le verre en germes de cristallisation.

Spanish

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