crystallisation

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crystallize, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise (ˈkrɪstəˌlaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to form or cause to form crystals; assume or cause to assume a crystalline form or structure
2.  to coat or become coated with sugar: crystallized fruit
3.  to give a definite form or expression to (an idea, argument, etc) or (of an idea, argument, etc) to assume a recognizable or definite form
 
crystalize, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystallise, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystalise, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystallizable, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
adj
 
'crystalizable, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystallisable, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
adj
 
'crystalisable, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystalliza'bility, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystaliza'bility, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystallisa'bility, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystalisa'bility, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystalli'zation, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystali'zation, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystalli'sation, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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crystali'sation, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystallizer, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystalizer, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystalliser, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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'crystaliser, crystalize, crystallise or crystalise
 
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