We discuss the possible existiance of an interface layer being a reservoir for secondary nucleation. Strong support for such a layer comes from light scattering experiments of Bilgram and coworkers which are discussed in the context of secondary nucleation. Collision experiments are described which indicate that the attachment energy of crystal faces is an important parameter controlling contact nucleation.
|Title of host publication||Industrial Crystallization 84|
|Subtitle of host publication||proceedings of the 9th Symposium on Industrial Crystallization, The Hague, The Netherlands, September 25-28, 1984|
|Editors||S.J. Jančić, E.J. de Jong|
|Place of Publication||The Hague, The Netherlands|
|Publication status||Published - 1984|
|Event||9th Symposium on Industrial Crystallization 1984 - The Hague, Netherlands|
Duration: 25 Sep 1984 → 28 Sep 1984
Conference number: 9
|Other||9th Symposium on Industrial Crystallization 1984|
|Period||25/09/84 → 28/09/84|
Elwenspoek, M., & Bennema, P. (1984). Physical models for secondary nucleation. In S. J. Jančić, & E. J. de Jong (Eds.), Industrial Crystallization 84: proceedings of the 9th Symposium on Industrial Crystallization, The Hague, The Netherlands, September 25-28, 1984 (pp. 267-269). The Hague, The Netherlands: Elsevier.