1 How Crystals Are Born

How Crystals Are Born

Posted on July 31, 2012 by kulichik

Increased image of a diffraction unit.

Usual instruments of a crystallographer.

The most difficult part about the experiment is to choose a proper crystal. A crystal is usually chosen with the help of an optical microscope. A selected crystal is glued to a glass stick of 0,02-0,04 mm in diameter.

Now we’ll visit an analytical laboratory. Here they develop methods of quantitative chemical analysis of functional materials, biological and natural objects,etc.

Atomic-emission spectral analysis (AESA) with plasma sources of spectrum excitation, namely, inductively bound plasma.

Mass spectrometry with laser source of ionization.

AAS with plasma and electrothermal atomisation.


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One Response to “How Crystals Are Born”

  1. Number says:

    ow which color do u wanna have the cristal?

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