Crystals are of various kinds, both organic and inorganic, and the process of crystallization is an age-old multidimensional subject of research study. Crystals can be formed from solids, melts, liquids and even vapors. Though complex in its characteristics, the process of crystallization forms a part of our regular lives from making ice cubes in our refrigerators to latest and advanced chemical and electronic industry processes. This book is aimed at bringing forth novel perspectives while presenting important data for experts in the related fields of crystallography. It includes topics on applications, techniques and mineral formation, dedicated to the practical application of crystallization processes and concepts. This book also attempts to be a wholesome document giving detailed accounts about the process of crystallization which will prove to be a valuable reference source to people with diverse backgrounds.
|Publisher:||ML Books International|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)|