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The Adsorption of Thionin Blue by Growing Lead Nitrate Crystals, and the Effects on the Morphology of the Crystals

  • E. N. Slavnova

Abstract

Organic compounds are usually surface-active, and affect crystallization processes by adsorption. A growing crystal has surfaces that are physically different and that are not constant in size, and the crystallization conditions also have certain effects; so the behavior and ultimate fate of any adsorbed material depend on many factors.

Keywords

Methylene Blue Peripheral Zone Mother Liquor Maximum Uptake Lead Nitrate 
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