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1 Introduction Phase transformations play an important role in a variety of processes ranging from nucleation and growth in the atmosphere [1, 2], nucleation and growth in expanding gases [3, 4], bubble formation in liquids [5, 6] and phase formation in solids [7–10] to phase transitions in nuclear matter [11–14] and in the early universe . , Refs. [5,21–23]). According to the classical picture, the phase transformation proceeds via the formation of clusters representing precursors of the newly evolving phase.