Experimental Measurement of Crystallization Pressure

  • V. Ya. Khaimov-Mal’kov


In the preceding paper** we pointed out that the measured values of crystallization pressure vary greatly. Our tentative theoretical study of growth in a crystal subject to a unilateral pressure has shown that the pressure sufficient to stop growth agrees well with the larger crystallization pressures found by experiment [1].


Copper Sulfate Potassium Ferrocyanide Crystallization Pressure Glass Ball Alum Crystal 


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