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Morphology of Crystals: Part A: Fundamentals Part B: Fine Particles, Minerals and Snow Part C
December 31, 1899 by Springer .
Written in English
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Part B contains chapters on ultra-fine particles; minerals; transition from polyhedral to dendrite; theory of dendrite; and snow crystals. All chapters are written by world leaders in their respective areas, and some can be seen as representing the essence of a life's work.
Minerals and Snow Part C book of Crystals: Part A: Fundamentals Part B: Fine Particles, Minerals and Snow Part C: The Geometry of Crystal Growth by Jaap van Suchtelen / Edition 1 Price: $ Morphology of Crystals: Part A: Fundamentals Part B: Fine Particles, Minerals and Snow Part C: The Geometry of Crystal Growth by Jaap van Suchtelen (Materials Science of Minerals and Rocks) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Februar Format: Taschenbuch.
In Parts A: Fundamentals and B: Fine Particles, Minerals and Snow equilibrium and kinetic properties of crystals are generally approached from an `atomistic' point of view. In contrast, Part C: The Geometry of Crystal Growth follows the alternative and complementary `geometrical' description, where bulk phases are considered as continuous media Format: Hardcover.
Part B contains chapters on ultra-fine particles; minerals; transition from polyhedral to dendrite; theory of dendrite; and snow crystals.
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Part C: The geometry of crystal growth / by J. van Suchtelen. Description: 3 volumes: illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm. Contents: Pt. Fundamentals --pt. Fine particles, minerals and snow --pt. A new analysis. Series Title: Materials science of minerals and rocks. Responsibility: edited by Ichiro Sunagawa.
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