Synthesis of Zincite by the Hydrothermal Method

  • I. P. Kuz’mina
  • A. N. Lobachev
  • N. S. Triodina
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


Zincite crystals may be grown in a variety of ways: from the gas phase, yielding acicular crystals [1], by the crystallization of zinc oxide from solution in PbF2 [2], which gives imperfect, lamellar crystals with (0001) and (0001) basic faces, and so on. The properties of crystals grown by these methods are technologically unsatisfactory.


Zinc Oxide Hydrothermal Condition Lithium Salt Caustic Soda Acicular Crystal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. P. Kuz’mina
  • A. N. Lobachev
  • N. S. Triodina

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