However, the crystal still showed dislocations parallel to the c face that stemmed from dislocations in the seed crystal
In the presence of a metal catalyst, such as nickel, and a diamond seed crystal
, the CVD material dissolves into the catalyst and recrystallizes into gem-quality diamonds as big as pencil erasers.
A second, narrower rod acting as a seed crystal
is dipped into the molten material, then slowly withdrawn at a rate of 1.
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A tiny calcium-oxalate crystal, formed in the kidney from a chemical reaction between excreted calcium and oxalic acid (a component of such foods as spinach, rhubarb, celery and nuts), serves as the seed crystal
around which a stone can develop in a high-sugar urine.
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The bride's shoulder-length veil was trimmed in Alencon French lace with seed crystals
5) Minerals can even be "cloned" (naturally or synthetically) through the mechanism of seed crystals
around which new and larger crystals can grow.
A thin Boehmite layer was applied to the support surface before applying seed crystals
to enhance the adherence between zeolite seed layer and boehmite layer by hydrogen bonding and also to increase the mechanical strength of the membrane layer.
Clouds at high altitude are a good example for this- they contain tiny droplets of water that, in the absence of seed crystals
do not form ice despite the low temperatures.
The seed crystals
were produced from 30 gram of Univar AR grade borax dissolved in 100 mL of Milli-Q water by heating up until 60[degree]C and filtered through filter paper.