Monocrystalline

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Monocrystalline materials are substances with a regular, repeating atomic structure that are composed of a single crystal.The crystal shape is clearly visible, opposed to polycrystalline materials which are composed of tiny crystals grouped together.

An example of a monocrystalline material: sapphire
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