## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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One may ask, what are the entities (no structure elements) out of which a

may be thought to have been built up, the numbers N of which, are variables in G

so that the derivatives vGlcNq do have the properties of real thermodynamic ...

One may ask, what are the entities (no structure elements) out of which a

**crystal**may be thought to have been built up, the numbers N of which, are variables in G

so that the derivatives vGlcNq do have the properties of real thermodynamic ...

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There are several advantages to this technique: solvent contamination is not a

problem, large growth rates are possible, and it is possible to prepare large

are ...

There are several advantages to this technique: solvent contamination is not a

problem, large growth rates are possible, and it is possible to prepare large

**crystals**for a number of materials. Difficulties with the method for some materialsare ...

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en Large single

can be grown by this method. The separation of the liquid-solid interface from the

crucible wall minimizes spurious nucleation, hence the attainment of single ...

en Large single

**crystals**of germanium, silicon, and a number of other materialscan be grown by this method. The separation of the liquid-solid interface from the

crucible wall minimizes spurious nucleation, hence the attainment of single ...

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