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

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Resistance or induction heating is used to heat the

seed rod is brought into contact with the surface of the

temperature equilibrium. It is then slowly withdrawn, growth continuing on the

solid rod.

Resistance or induction heating is used to heat the

**melt**in a suitable crucible. Aseed rod is brought into contact with the surface of the

**melt**, and brought totemperature equilibrium. It is then slowly withdrawn, growth continuing on the

solid rod.

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rotating seed holder grown from the

operating temperatures of — 30 °C and — 20 °C in the above method, crystals

have been grown successfully. The hydrothermal technique, used so

successfully ...

rotating seed holder grown from the

**melt**; by using a mercury solution of tin, withoperating temperatures of — 30 °C and — 20 °C in the above method, crystals

have been grown successfully. The hydrothermal technique, used so

successfully ...

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Clearly the larger the volume of the

can be grown fulling within specified limits of impurity concentration. Another way

in which greater uniformity can be achieved is by programming the growth rate, ...

Clearly the larger the volume of the

**melt**, the larger the amount of the solid whichcan be grown fulling within specified limits of impurity concentration. Another way

in which greater uniformity can be achieved is by programming the growth rate, ...

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