By Tsuguo Fukuda
This quantity deals an outline of the expansion of formed crystals (oxides, fluorides, etc.) through the micro-pulling-down procedure. either soften and resolution (flux) progress are thought of. the benefits and downsides of the strategy are mentioned intimately and in comparison with comparable crystal-growth tactics. The authors try to provide a realistic advent to this method, thereby additionally explaining how its program might help to resolve difficulties as a rule encountered in different melt-growth methods.
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