Defects in Non-Metal Crystals

  • H. Klapper
Part of the Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 63)

Abstract

The group of non-metal crystals comprises a vast variety of materials with extremely different properties. Their mechanical strength ranges from the high hardness of diamond or corundum to the wax-like softness of organic compounds. They are grown by diverse methods from the melt, from the vapour phase and from solution. The growth temperatures vary from values above 2000° C (e.g. for high-melting oxides) to values close to or even below room temperature for melts of organic compounds and solutions in aqueous or organic solvents. In hydrothermal growth (quartz, zinc oxide) pressures of several kbars are applied.

Keywords

Crystal Growth Burger Vector Dislocation Line Growth Front Growth Band 
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