Crystallization and Growth of Colloidal Nanocrystals by Edson Roberto Leite

By Edson Roberto Leite

Here's a thorough evaluate of mechanisms with regards to nucleation and development to be used in controlling nanocrystal morphology and physical-chemical houses. The booklet stands as a source for operating scientists, complex undergraduate and graduate scholars.

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