Advances in Crystallization Processes by Y. Mastai

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2004). This review will focus on the use of SAMs in crystallization processes. We will begin with a short introduction on crystallization on SAMs. Then, we will review the latest advances in crystallization on patterned SAM's and effects of SAMs on crystal morphology and crystal polymorphism. This chapter will also include a description of chiral SAMs and their role in enantioselective crystallization. 2. Crystallization on SAMs Crystallization refers to the formation of solid crystals from a solution, melt or more rarely, directly from gas.

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These clusters may re-dissolve in the crystallizing solution or go on to become a crystal, depending on their size. Beyond a critical size, they are stable and form crystal nuclei. Crystal growth refers to the subsequent addition of molecules to the formed nuclei. The nucleation can be homogenous, occurring spontaneously or heterogenous, induced by foreign particles such as dust particles or vessel walls. Primary nucleation occurs in the absence of crystals in solution whereas secondary nucleation occurs on seeds or existing crystals present in the crystallizing solution.

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