The Growth and Morphologic Symmetry of Benzophenone Crystals

  • A. A. Chumakov


We have worked on laboratory methods of growing fairly large uniform monocrystals of benzophenone in order to study some physical properties of this compound.


Carbon Tetrachloride Solubility Curve Ideal Growth High Relative Growth Rate Negative Crystal 
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