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January 8th, 2007
Nanotechnology glass ceramics for photonics
The goal of a new EU-funded research project is to clarify mechanisms which enable the formation of large quantities of crystals with diameters in the nanometer range with small crystallite size distribution.
Interface Controlled Nucleation and Crystallisation for Nanoparticle Synthesis (INTERCONY) is a materials science project bringing together theoretical studies, computer simulations and experimental studies on the formation of interfaces during nucleation and crystal growth in liquids.
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