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By T. Nishinaga

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ISBN-13: 9780444825049

This e-book includes the result of a examine venture entitled Crystal development Mechanisms on an Atomic Scale, which was once performed for three years through a few seventy two reseachers. until eventually lately in Japan, in simple terms the technological features of crystal development were emphasised and a focus used to be paid in basic terms to its significance in undefined. but the medical elements additionally must be thought of in order that the know-how of crystal development will be built even additional. This venture as a result aimed toward knowing crystal development and the emphasis was once on discovering development mechanisms on an atomic scale.

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At a very low temper­ ature, a t o m s once solidified never melt again. In this irreversible crystallization, the solidification point is determined stochastically, and the microscopic noise as­ sociated to the atomic diffusion is frozen in to the aggregate shape. Since the stabilizing effect of t h e surface tension does not work, the destabilizing effect of the diffusion field reveals itself in the irregular morphology of the aggregate. In the low density limit (c —» 0) where the growth is slow (v —• 0), the con­ centration rearranges itself fast enough such t h a t it follows the Laplace equation; V c = 0.

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