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Crystallization refers to the process through which one phase of matter, usually liquid or vapor, solidifies into a crystal structure, that is a solid structure with a high degree of long range order.

Crystallization can result at solid-vapor interfaces as well as solid-liquid interfaces.

Keyword in References

  1. Crystallization in Patterns: A Bio-Inspired Approach
  2. Measuring the Nucleation Rate of Lysozyme using Microfluidics
  3. Solid-liquid interfaces: molecular structure, thermodynamics and crystallization.