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Title: Extensive study of highly electrical conducting metal copper by growing its crystal of iodate, iodide and sulphide
Researcher: Joshi, Kailas Prabhakar
Guide(s): Saraf, Kishor Bansilal
Keywords: Physics
Copper iodate crystal
Copper sulphide crystal
Upload Date: 11-Dec-2013
University: Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibarewala University
Completed Date: 06-08-2012
Abstract: Today crystals have become the base of modern technology in all the respects with this aspects in the mind and ever increasing the demand of single crystals in the variety of field in science and technology, the work of the growth and the study of some important crystals have been under taken in the laboratory. The advances in the science of the solid state and material science depends upon the availability of good quality crystals. Today with modern technology, with sophisticated instrument many national laboratories and university are growing facilities in laboratories the work of the growth of iodated varieties of crystals, which have the utility in day to day life, still the growth of some crystals by using simple equipment by utilizing fundamental properties of material much of the research work have been carried out and it not less important by considering all aspect and available facilities in laboratories the work of the growth of iodate, iodide and sulphide respectively. The determination of optical properties of grown crystal is a interest of investigators. The advance in material science and solid state science depends on crystal growth out of which each technique having its own important. Today s developed technology in different fields requires good quality crystal. In solid state device, piezoelectric properties material science, quantum and non linear optics, semiconductor device its instrumentation and several branches of Engineering and technology needs better quality crystals. As per the demand of good quality crystal, limited researchers are involved and large variety of crystal are yet tried to develop in research laboratory. In this method almost complete suppression of large scale movement like convection is achieved which otherwise affects to the crystals perfection. The growing crystal are held in the gel in a strain free manner in test tubes which are used.
Pagination: 206p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Sciences

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