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Growth and Dissolution as Studied by Liquid Inclusion Migration

  • Ya. E. Geguzin
  • V. S. Kruzhanov
Part of the Growth of Crystals book series (GROC, volume 17)

Abstract

Processes at the crystal—solution interface attract attention due to their great role, in particular, in the growth and dissolution of crystals in solution. The overwhelming majority of studies of dissolution and precipitation of a dissolved substance follows a classical scheme. The change of volume and shape of a crystalline substance dissolved in the surrounding liquid is followed for the given degree of nonequilibrium (unsaturation or supersaturation). In certain studies, the procedure described involves an artificial leveling of the concentration inhomogeneity at the crystal—solution interface that accompanies dissolution and growth of a crystal. In particular, the leveling is achieved by forced stirring of the solution surrounding the crystal.

Keywords

Migration Rate Front Face Rear Surface Inclusion Size Diffusion Regime 
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  • Ya. E. Geguzin
  • V. S. Kruzhanov

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