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Crystallization: colloidal suspense

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posted on 06.11.2017 by Laszlo Granasy, Gyula Toth
According to classical nucleation theory, a crystal grows from a small nucleus that already bears the symmetry of its end phase—but experiments with colloids now reveal that, from an amorphous precursor, crystallites with different structures can develop.

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  • Mathematical Sciences

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Nature Physics

Volume

10

Issue

1

Pages

12 - 13

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GRANASY, L. and TOTH, G., 2013. Crystallization: colloidal suspense. Nature. Physics, 10 (1), pp.12-14.

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© Macmillan

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2013

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1745-2473

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1745-2481

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