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  • 1 Crystal radio — Crystal set redirects here. For the Australian rock band, see The Crystal Set. A modern reproduction of an antique crystal set. It is tuned to different stations by moving the sliding contact (right) up and down the tuning coil (red). The device… …

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  • 2 Carbon tetrachloride — IUPAC name …

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  • 3 Crystal violet — IUPAC name Tris(4 (dimethylamino)phenyl)methylium chloride[ …

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  • 4 Crystal violet lactone — (CVL) is a leuco dye, a lactone derivate of crystal violet 10B. In pure state it is a slightly yellowish crystalline powder, soluble in nonpolar or slightly polar organic solvents. The central carbon in the leuco form is in a tetraedric… …

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  • 5 Carbon dioxide — Carbon dioxide …

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  • 6 Carbon sequestration — is the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) and may refer specifically to: The process of removing carbon from the atmosphere and depositing it in a reservoir. [1] When carried out deliberately, this may also be referred to as carbon dioxide removal,… …

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  • 7 Carbon fiber — or carbon fibre [See American and British English spelling differences.] (alternately called graphite fiber, graphite fibre or carbon graphite) is a material consisting of extremely thin fibers about 0.0002–0.0004 inches (0.005–0.010 mm) in… …

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  • 8 Carbon dioxide equivalent — (CDE) and Equivalent carbon dioxide (or CO2) are two related but distinct measures for describing how much global warming a given type and amount of greenhouse gas may cause, using the functionally equivalent amount or concentration of carbon… …

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  • 9 Crystal Growth & Design —   Titre abrégé Cryst. Growth Des. Discipline Cristallographie Langue …

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  • 10 crystal — crystallike, adj. /kris tl/, n., adj., v., crystaled, crystaling or (esp. Brit.) crystalled, crystalling. n. 1. a clear, transparent mineral or glass resembling ice. 2. the transparent form of crystallized quartz. 3. Chem., Mineral. a solid body… …

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  • 11 Crystal — /kris tl/, n. 1. a city in SE Minnesota, near Minneapolis. 25,543. 2. a female given name. * * * I Any solid material whose atoms are arranged in a definite pattern and whose surface regularity reflects its internal symmetry. Each of a crystal s… …

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  • 12 Crystal structure of boron-rich metal borides — Two single crystals of YB66 (1 cm diameter) grown by floating zone technique using (100) oriented seeds. In the top crystal, the seed (left from the black line) has same diameter as the crystal. In the bottom crystal (sliced), the seed is much… …

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  • 13 Carbon nanotube — Not to be confused with Carbon fiber. Part of a series of articles on Nanomaterials Fullerenes …

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  • 14 carbon group element — ▪ chemical elements Introduction  any of the five chemical elements that make up Group 14 (IVa) of the periodic table namely, carbon (C), silicon (Si), germanium (Ge), tin (Sn), and lead ( …

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  • 15 Crystal Geyser — Coordinates: 38°56′18″N 110°08′08″W / 38.938253°N 110.135440°W / 38.938253; 110.135440 …

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  • 16 Carbon credit — This article deals with carbon credits for international trading. For carbon credits for individuals, see personal carbon trading. For voluntary schemes, see carbon offset. Part of a series on …

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  • 17 Carbon offset — Part of a series on Green economics Concepts …

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  • 18 Crystal skull — This article is about The Crystal Skulls. For other uses, see Crystal skull (disambiguation). The crystal skull at the British Museum (ID Am1898C3.1 ), similar in dimensions to t …

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  • 19 Crystal growth — Crystallization Concepts …

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  • 20 Crystal — Crystals redirects here. For other uses, see Crystals (disambiguation). This article is about crystalline solids. For the type of glass, see lead crystal. For other uses, see Crystal (disambiguation). Quartz crystal. The individual grains of this …

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