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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of crystallinity

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of crystallinity:

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  1. Partial crystallinity, let us see what I mean by partial crystallinity.
  2. And there will be more entanglement of chains and there will be more crystallinity, non-crystallinity.
  3. Crystallinity is not possible, improve the non-crystallinity.
  4. So the syndiotactic can also give rise to crystallinity, improved crystallinity.
  5. It cannot give me crystallinity, that will rather improve the non-crystallinity of the
  6. for us to get any crystallinity in them.
  7. That is why the partial crystallinity.
  8. So this is how this crystallinity if at all is seen, is like this, it is partially crystalline.
  9. 100 percent crystallinity is not possible for a simple fact that no two chains are of
  10. And we have seen that when we want to see how much crystallinity is present in a polymer,
  11. So by measuring and there is a linear variation of density and the percent crystallinity.
  12. that promote non-crystallinity in these long chain polymers.
  13. By its presence there will be non-crystallinity in polymers.
  14. repeating pattern and can improve the crystallinity, is called isotactic arrangement.
  15. This can improve the crystallinity.
  16. This can also improve the crystallinity.
  17. But if it is there, chances of improved crystallinity would be there.
  18. set up these zones of crystallinity. So, if this is a straight chain or a
  19. is a loss of crystallinity and go to amorphous materials.
  20. processed to give it a high degree of crystallinity.