Crystals: Growth Methods and Characterization
In the frame of a general survey of the methods used for crystal growth, particular attention is devoted to the most important or most modern techniques employed to produce materials relevant to basic research or technological applications. The essential features of the most common methods for crystal characterization are also discussed.
KeywordsLiquid Phase Epitaxy Solution Growth Boric Oxide Rochelle Salt Normal Freezing
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