microconstituent

microconstituent
the elemental makeup of bones. These can be used in fishes to determine life history, e.g. deposition of elements in fresh water is different from that in the sea

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • microconstituent — /muy kroh keuhn stich ooh euhnt/, n. a microscopically small constituent of a metal or alloy. [1900 05; MICRO + CONSTITUENT] * * * …   Universalium

  • microconstituent — noun A microscopic constituent …   Wiktionary

  • microconstituent — mi·cro·constituent …   English syllables

  • microconstituent — | ̷ ̷(ˌ) ̷ ̷+ noun Etymology: micr + constituent : a microscopic constituent microconstituents in high temperature alloys * * * /muy kroh keuhn stich ooh euhnt/, n. a microscopically small constituent of a metal or alloy. [1900 05; MICRO +… …   Useful english dictionary

  • martensite — martensitic /mahr tn zit ik/, adj. /mahr tn zuyt /, n. Metall. a metastable microconstituent of any of various forms of carbon steel, produced by undercooling sufficiently below the normal transformation temperature, esp. a hard, brittle product… …   Universalium

  • rosette — /roh zet /, n. 1. any arrangement, part, object, or formation more or less resembling a rose. 2. a rose shaped arrangement of ribbon or other material, used as an ornament or badge. 3. Also, rosace. an architectural ornament resembling a rose or… …   Universalium

  • transformation point — Metall. a temperature at which the transformation of one microconstituent to another begins or ends during heating or cooling. Also called transformation temperature. * * * …   Universalium

  • troostite — troostitic /trooh stit ik/, adj. /trooh stuyt/, n. a microconstituent of hardened and tempered steel, consisting of a very fine aggregate of ferrite and cementite. [1900 05; named after L. J. Troost (d. 1911), French chemist; see ITE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • martensite — mar•tens•ite [[t]ˈmɑr tnˌzaɪt[/t]] n. mel a magnetic microconstituent of carbon steels, formed by decomposition of austenite: found in all hardened tool steels • Etymology: 1895–1900; after Adolf Martens (d. 1914), German metallurgist; see ite I… …   From formal English to slang

  • steadite — ˈsteˌdīt noun ( s) Etymology: John Edward Stead died 1923 English metallurgist : a eutectic of iron phosphide Fe3P and iron that occurs as a microconstituent of high phosphorus cast iron …   Useful english dictionary

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