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The influence of gravity and the metastable state in colloidal phase transition
Xu SH(徐升华); Zhou HW(周宏伟); Sun ZW(孙祉伟)
Source PublicationProceedings of Asian Microgravity Pre-Symposium 9th China-Japan-Korea Workshop on Microgravity Sciences
2012
Pages113-113
Conference NameAsian Microgravity Pre-Symposium 9th China-Japan-Korea Workshop on Microgravity Sciences
Conference Date2012-10-29
Conference Place中国广西桂林/Guilin, China
AbstractExperiments on crystallization of charged colloidal microspheres dispersed in density-matched and -unmatched media are compared to examine the influence of sedimentation.Results showed that the crystal size of the density-unmatched(namely,in the presence of sedimentation) sample grew faster than ...
KeywordColloidal Metastable Transition Gravity Influence State Initially Phase Faster Ostwald Crystal Mentation Unmatched Density Phase Growth Transformed Absence Examine Overtook
DepartmentNML复杂流体
Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/48402
Collection国家微重力实验室
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Xu SH,Zhou HW,Sun ZW. The influence of gravity and the metastable state in colloidal phase transition[C]Proceedings of Asian Microgravity Pre-Symposium 9th China-Japan-Korea Workshop on Microgravity Sciences,2012:113-113.
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