Crystals - Growth, Morphology and Perfection
Ichiro Sunagawa
Cambridge University Press (2005)
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7*
Science
Crystallography, Mineralogy, Synthetics/Treatments
Hardcover 9780521841894
English
How do crystals nucleate and grow? Why and how do crystals form such a wide variety of morphologies? These questions have been posed since the seventeenth century, and are still vitally important for modern technology and understanding the Earth's interior and formation of minerals by living organisms. Including a range of case studies of complex systems, from diamond, calcite and pyrite to crystals formed through biomineralization, this book establishes the atomic processes behind crystal growth.
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LoC Classification QD921 .S86 2005
LoC Control Number 2005282428
Dewey 548.5
Cover Price 120.00 CHF
No. of Pages 295
Height x Width 254 x 178  mm
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Store Amazon.co.uk
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Purchase Price 45.56 CHF
Purchase Date décembre 2015
Condition Perfect
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