Crystal Nucleation and Growth of Inorganic Ionic Materials from Aqueous Solution : Selected Recent Developments, and Implications

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Small ; 18 (2022), 28. - 2107735. - Wiley. - ISSN 1613-6810. - eISSN 1613-6829
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In this review article, selected, latest theoretical, and experimental developments in the field of nucleation and crystal growth of inorganic materials from aqueous solution are highlighted, with a focus on literature after 2015 and on non-classical pathways. A key point is to emphasize the so far underappreciated role of water and solvent entropy in crystallization at all stages from solution speciation through to the final crystal. While drawing on examples from current inorganic materials where non-classical behavior has been proposed, the potential of these approaches to be adapted to a wide-range of systems is also discussed, while considering the broader implications of the current re-assessment of pathways for crystallization. Various techniques that are suitable for the exploration of crystallization pathways in aqueous solution, from nucleation to crystal growth are summarized, and a flow chart for the assignment of specific theories based on experimental observations is proposed.
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ISO 690GEBAUER, Denis, Julian D. GALE, Helmut CÖLFEN, 2022. Crystal Nucleation and Growth of Inorganic Ionic Materials from Aqueous Solution : Selected Recent Developments, and Implications. In: Small. Wiley. 18(28), 2107735. ISSN 1613-6810. eISSN 1613-6829. Available under: doi: 10.1002/smll.202107735
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  title={Crystal Nucleation and Growth of Inorganic Ionic Materials from Aqueous Solution : Selected Recent Developments, and Implications},
  number={28},
  volume={18},
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  journal={Small},
  author={Gebauer, Denis and Gale, Julian D. and Cölfen, Helmut},
  note={Article Number: 2107735}
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