DescriptionThis unique book is the most exhaustive and up-to-date treatment of the subject of admixtures in crystallization available today.
The introduction, particularly suitable for newcomers but also helpful for more advanced readers, discusses concisely current theory and experience and provides about 250 references for further reading.
The main section provides a detailed survey of the effects of over 200 organic and inorganic admixtures on the crystallization of over 300 organic and inorganic substances. The data, which has been gathered together from almost all the available papers, books and journals, are presented in accessible tables alongside the more than 1600 relevant literature references.
Chemists and chemical engineers, whether in education, research, or production, are sure to find this book an indispensable reference work.
Classification of Admixtures.
Influence of Admixtures on Nucleation.
Influence of Admixtures on Crystal Growth.
Influence of Admixtures on Crystal Shape.
Influence of Solvents.
Distribution of Admixtures.
References to Tables.