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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

A. Karma

ABSTRACT

The term dendrite originates from the Greek word dendron for tree. Like trees, dendrites (Figs. 1 and 2) are highly branched structure with primary, secondary, and even tertiary branches, which are ubiquitous structures in crystal growth [1]. They can be formed by a variety of processes such as solidification, growth from a vapor, electrochemical deposition, and aggregation [2]. Patterns formed by the interface between two fluids [3] also exhibit similar branched structures if the growth is artificially made anisotropic [4], and vice versa dendritic crystals can be made to branch more irregularly like the interface between fluids if crystalline anisotropy is judiciously eliminated [5], as illustrated in Figure 3. More... »

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365-402

Book

TITLE

Branching in Nature

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978-3-540-41888-7
978-3-662-06162-6

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