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Growing Perfect Crystals by Filling the Gaps

3 hours ago − University of Vienna
Crystals are solid materials composed of microscopic building blocks arranged in highly ordered patterns. They have countless applications, ranging from metallurgy to jewellery to electronics. Many of the properties that make crystals useful depend on the detailed pattern of arrangement of their constituents, which, in turn, is highly sensitive to the details of the interaction between the building blocks. In molecular and atomic crystals the interparticle forces are fixed…
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Growing Perfect Crystals by Filling the Gaps

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Traveling Wave Drives Magnetic Particles
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