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Toward the Rational Design of Crystalline Surfaces for Heteroepitaxy: Role of Molecular Functionality
The rational design of crystalline surfaces for controlling nucleation and crystal growth via heteroepitaxial mechanisms is of great importance in the manufacture of advanced functional materials,Expand
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Crystallisation from Water-in-Oil Emulsions As a Route to Spherical Particulates: Glycine and the Hydrochloride Salts of Glutamic Acid and Ephedrine
Emulsion crystallization has been reported as an approach to controlling particle properties, and is part of a wider set of techniques that can be used to form spherical particles. In theExpand
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How does grinding produce co-crystals? Insights from the case of benzophenone and diphenylamine
A benzophenone–diphenylamine co-crystal nucleates from a submerged eutectic—is this a possible mechanism of grinding induced synthesis of such materials?
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Polymorphic control by heterogeneous nucleation - A new method for selecting crystalline substrates
A new method for selecting crystalline substrates to control polymorphism by heterogeneous nucleation has been applied to the crystallization of acetaminophen.
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Templated nucleation of acetaminophen on spherical excipient agglomerates.
We investigated the effect of spherical agglomeration of heterogeneous crystalline substrates on the nucleation of acetaminophen (AAP). Optical and electron microscopy showed that the surfaceExpand
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The utility of a ternary phase diagram in the discovery of new co-crystal forms
The construction of the ternary phase diagram urea–glutaric acid–water has led to the discovery of a new co-crystal form.
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Utilization of Surface Equilibria for Controlling Heterogeneous Nucleation: Making the “Disappeared” Polymorph of 3-Aminobenzensulfonic Acid “Reappear”
The ability to control crystal form is essential for the development of materials with desired properties. The rational design of heterosurfaces to control nucleation is one such approach.Expand
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XACML profile and implementation for authorization interoperability between OSG and EGEE
The Open Science Grid (OSG) and the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) have a common security model, based on Public Key Infrastructure. Expand
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Grids, virtualization, and clouds at Fermilab
Fermilab supports a scientific program that includes experiments and scientists located across the globe. To better serve this community, in 2004, the (then) Computing Division undertook the strategyExpand
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The effect of ionotropic gelation residence time on alginate cross-linking and properties.
The ability to engineer biocompatible polymers with controllable properties is highly desirable. One such approach is to cross-link carbohydrate polymers using ionotropic gelation (IG). PreviousExpand
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