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Growth of Crystals : Volume 13

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概要 The present volume continues the tradition of the preceding volumes. covering a wide range of crystal growth problems and treating aspects of critical importance for crystalliza tion. Changes in this ...field of knowledge have. however, changed the criteria for selection of papers for inclusion in this series. The increasing role of crystals in science and technology is even more apparent today. The study and utilization of these highly perfect objects of nature considerably facilitates progress in the physics and chemistry of solids. quantum electronics, optics, microelectron ics, and other sciences. The demand for crystals and crystal devices has grown steadily and has led to the emergence and rapid growth of the single crystal industry (we can safely saythat the state ofthe art in this industry is indicative ofthe overall scientific and technolo- cal potential of a country). At the same time, the introduction of crystallization techniques into other industries is gaining ever-increasing importance. To illustrate this last state ment, we can mention the fabrication of textured structural materials and direct methods of metal reduction in ores by using chemical vapor transport techniques. Crystallization tech ll niques progress both in "width" and in "depth : traditional methods are modernized. and novel techniques appear, some of them at the junction of the already existing technologies (for example, flux growth of crystals, growth from vapor with participation of the liquid phase, etc. ).続きを見る
目次 I. Crystallization of Proteins
Protein Molecules and Crystals
II. Mechanisms and Kinetics of Crystal Growth by Vapor Deposition
Equilibrium Adsorption Layers on GaAs (111) and Si (111) Surfaces in CVD Growth
Role of Adsorption Layer in Chemical Vapor Deposition
Kinetics and Mechanism of Gallium Arsenide Growth in Gas-Transport Systems
Local Epitaxy Under Conditions of Strong Growth Rate Anisotropy
Electron Microscopic Observation and Computer Simulation of Step Redistribution in Step Trains due to Changes in Step Density
Crystal Growth Under Thermodynamically Metastable Conditions
Role of Defects in the Nucleation of Whiskers Growing from Vapor
Field Emission Microscopic Study of Thermal Field- and Condensation-Induced Growth Forms of Crystal Tips
III. Epitaxy
Peculiarities and Mechanism of Graphoepitaxy
Application of Electron Microscopy to a Study of Kinetics and Mechanism of Crystallization
The Effects of Substrate-Mediated Interaction Between Adsorbed Atoms on the Structure of Two-Dimensional Crystals Formed from these Atoms
Crystal Growth and Polytypism in Silicon Carbide
IV. Mechanisms and Kinetics of Crystal Growth from the Melt and From High-Temperature Solutions
Motion of Low-Angle Macrosteps
Peculiarities of Melt Growth of Crystals with Different Entropies of Melting
Kinetic Conditions at the Growth Interface of a Mixed Crystal
General Approach to Monte Carlo Simulation of Crystal Growth
Parameters Characterizing the Kinetics of Dissolution of Crystalline Germanium in Liquid Ge-Au
V. Growth of Crystals from the Melt
Stability of Crystallization in Edge-Defined Film-Fed Growth from the Melt
Shape and Properties of Crystals Grown from the Melt by the Stepanov Techniques
Crystal Shape Stability in Meniscus-Controlled Growth Processes
Numerical Analysis of Heat and Mass Transfer in the Growth of Large Single Crystals from the Melt
Phase Diagrams of Binary Systems Formed by Rare Earth Trifluorides
VI. Growth of Crystals from Solutions
Progress in Flux Growth of Large Crystals
Growth of Emerald Single Crystals
Some Technological Procedures and Equipment for Hydrothermal Growth of Single Crystals
The Role Played by Me2+ in Hydrothermal Crystallization of Germanates of Divalent Metals
VII. Defect Structure in Crystals: Relation to Growth Conditions
Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Generation of Stress and Dislocations in Growing Crystals
Growth Defects in Semiconductor Crystals
Formation of Defects in Epitaxial Heterostructures and Multicomponent Solid Solutions of Semiconductor Compounds
Growth and Structure of Synthetic Amethyst Crystals
Defect Structure of Sb2S3 Crystals Revealed by Electron Microscope Crystal Lattice Imaging Techniques
On the Structure of Crystalline Graphite Intergrowths
VIII. New Materials: Equipment for Crystal Growth
Crystal Growth and Properties of Some New Ionic Conductors
Modern Methods of Monitoring and Control in Crystal Growth
Application of Laser Heating to Crystal Growth.
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