The structure of elemental and molecular clusters View Full Text


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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

T. Patrick Martin

ABSTRACT

In order to understand crystal growth on a microscopic level it is necessary to know the sequence of structures a cluster assumes as it evolves from a molecule into a crystal. Small clusters reconstruct every time a molecule is added. After reaching a critical size, clusters take on the structure of a bulk material and therefore might appropriately be called microcrystals. This paper reviews some of the recent work on the structure of clusters and microcrystals with various types of bonding; ionic, metallic, van der Waals, covalent and hydrogen. More... »

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1-24

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