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Vol 2A: simple Technologies

Handbook of Crystal development, 2d version quantity IIA (Basic applied sciences) offers uncomplicated progress applied sciences and smooth crystal slicing tools. quite, the methodical basics and improvement of expertise within the box of bulk crystallization on either commercial and learn scales are explored. After an introductory bankruptcy at the formation of minerals, ruling traditionally the elemental crystal formation parameters, complex uncomplicated applied sciences from soften, answer, and vapour being utilized for learn and creation of the this present day most crucial fabrics, like silicon, semiconductor compounds and oxides are awarded intimately. The interdisciplinary and common significance of crystal development for human reside are illustrated.

Vol 2B: development Mechanisms and Dynamics

Handbook of Crystal development, second version quantity IIB (Growth Mechanisms and Dynamics) offers with attribute mechanisms and dynamics accompanying every one bulk crystal development process mentioned in quantity IIA. earlier than the atoms or molecules omit from a place within the fluid medium (gas, soften or answer) to their position within the crystalline face they have to be transported within the fluid over macroscopic distances via diffusion, buoyancy-driven convection, surface-tension-driven convection, and compelled convection (rotation, acceleration, vibration, magnetic mixing). additional, the warmth of fusion and the half carried through the species on their technique to the crystal by means of conductive and convective shipping has to be dissipated within the strong section through well-organized thermal conduction and radiation to take care of a solid propagating interface. also, segregation and capillary phenomena play a decisional function for chemical composition and crystal shaping, respectively. this present day, the rise of fine quality crystal yield, its measurement growth and reproducibility are valuable stipulations to compare the robust financial system.

Volume 2A

  • Presents the prestige and way forward for Czochralski and glide sector progress of dislocation-free silicon
  • Examines directional solidification of silicon ingots for photovoltaics, vertical gradient freeze of GaAs, CdTe for HF electronics and IR imaging in addition to antiferromagnetic compounds and tremendous alloys for turbine blades
  • Focuses on development of dielectric and engaging in oxide crystals for lasers and non-linear optics
  • Topics on hydrothermal, flux and vapour part development of III-nitrides, silicon carbide and diamond are explored

Volume 2B

  • Explores capillarity regulate of the crystal form on the development from the melt
  • Highlights modeling of warmth and mass delivery dynamics
  • Discusses regulate of convective soften procedures by way of magnetic fields and vibration measures
  • Includes relevant details at the segregation phenomenon and validation of compositional homogeneity
  • Examines crystal disorder new release mechanisms and their controllability
  • Illustrates right automation modes for making sure consistent crystal progress process
  • Exhibits basics of resolution development, gel development of protein crystals, development of superconductor fabrics and mass crystallization for nutrition and pharmaceutical industries

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The origin of the striated {1k0} forms was also explained using similar methods [64]. The second type of morphology, the colossal beams, is more challenging and is not predicted by any of the existent theories. An explanation for this morphology has 24 HANDBOOK OF CRYSTAL GROWTH been proposed [55]. It has been observed that the Naica beams are {100} contact twins showing reentrant dihedral angles between {À111} faces. These reentrant angles are known to (1) operate as an additional source of steps under low supersaturation in crystals containing few or no screw dislocations (although this is less effective with an increasing number of these defects) [65]; (2) produce elongated morphology due to the enhanced growth rate in the crystallographic direction of the reentrant angle; and (3) produce crystals that are much larger than the coexisting single crystals and show crystal faces that are uncommon in single crystals.

For instance, to form the rim characteristic of some chondrules, a 38 HANDBOOK OF CRYSTAL GROWTH temperature difference of w100 K is required between the center and the surface of the droplet. Such a large difference in temperature can be achieved in the case of rapid cooling at a rate of w103 K/s [138]. The formation of nanometer-sized cosmic dust has been also reproduced in the laboratory based on nanoscale properties, such as a decrease of melting point by 50% [139] and an increase in the diffusion coefficient of more than nine orders of magnitude [140], as well as the fusion of nanoparticles [141].

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