Polymer-mediated growth of crystals and mesocrystals

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Research Methods in Biomineralization Science / De Yoreo, James (ed.). - Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2013. - (Methods in Enzymology ; 532). - pp. 277-304. - ISBN 978-0-12-416617-2
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Polymers are important additives for the control of mineralization reactions in both biological and bioinspired mineralization. The reason is that they allow for a number of interactions with the growing crystals and even amorphous minerals. These can substantially influence the way the mineral grows on several levels. Already in the prenucleation phase, polymers can control the formation of prenucleation clusters and subsequently the nucleation event. Also, polymers can control whether the further crystallization follows a classical or nonclassical particle-mediated growth path. In this chapter, the main ways in which polymers can be used to control a crystallization reaction will be highlighted. In addition, polymers that are useful for this purpose and the experimental conditions suitable for directing a crystallization reaction into the desired direction through the use of polymers will be described.
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ISO 690CÖLFEN, Helmut, 2013. Polymer-mediated growth of crystals and mesocrystals. In: DE YOREO, James, ed.. Research Methods in Biomineralization Science. Amsterdam:Elsevier, pp. 277-304. ISBN 978-0-12-416617-2. Available under: doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-416617-2.00013-8
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  title={Polymer-mediated growth of crystals and mesocrystals},
  number={532},
  isbn={978-0-12-416617-2},
  publisher={Elsevier},
  address={Amsterdam},
  series={Methods in Enzymology},
  booktitle={Research Methods in Biomineralization Science},
  pages={277--304},
  editor={De Yoreo, James},
  author={Cölfen, Helmut}
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