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stato cristallino

French translation: état cristallin

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06:44 Aug 11, 2004
Italian to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Italian term or phrase: stato cristallino
La modificazione dello stato cristallino del materiale a contatto con la resistenza elettrica indica, a parere di chi scrive, che la stessa è rimasta inserita ...
zmohali
France
Local time: 13:02
French translation:état cristallin
Explanation:
ce matèriel ressemble à un cristal
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yacine
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état cristallin


Explanation:
ce matèriel ressemble à un cristal

yacine
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agree  byteman
9 mins

agree  Agnès Levillayer: ce n'est pas que le matériau en question ressemble à un cristal mais au contact de la résistance électrique, il a probablement fondu et a donc subi une modification de sa structure cristalline
1 hr

agree  mcguegan
1 hr

agree  Lidia Matei
1 day2 hrs

agree  Carol S-C
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