Crystallization problems arise in crystallography and in metallurgy. In metallurgy we encounter opaque poly crystalline substances, which are much more difficult to examine for structure than are transparent substances or single crystals. The interchange of ideas between crystallography and metallurgy is not good.
KeywordsSupersaturated Solution Concentration Current Columnar Crystal Continuous Casting Process Sulfate Heptahydrate
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