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Iii) Desorption. Return of a growth entity or solvated species to the solution. (iv) Surface diffusion of the growth units to the step edge. The absorbed entity, which may be a partially desolvated species, will move across the surface until it ﬁnds a suitable low-energy site. This might be a vacancy but is more probably a growing edge or dislocation. 8 solventt (iv) Schematic of the crystal growth process from solution. The crystallizing molecule is shown as the shaded circle and the solvent as the open circle.
B TRICLINIC (P) 4 The entire group of symmetry operators that completely describe the symmetry of the atomic arrangements within a crystal is called the space group. There are 250 space groups distributed among the 14 Bravais lattice groups. Another group of symmetry elements is the point group, which operates on the points that are usually groups or atoms. The allowed point group operators are rotation axes, axes of rotary inversion, inversion centres and mirror planes, and these altogether add up to 32 possible point groups.
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