Morteza Amoorezaei

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Crystal growth has been recognized as a paradigm for non-equilibrium pattern formation for decades. Scientific interest in this field has focused on the growth rates and curvature of branches in snowflake-like structures patterned after a solid’s crystallographic orientations. In reality, there exists a much richer variety of crystal patterns in nature.(More)
The primary spacing of a dendritic array grown under transient growth conditions displays a distribution of wavelengths. The average primary spacing is shown, both experimentally and numerically, to evolve between characteristic incubation periods during which the distribution of wavelengths remains essentially stable. Our primary spacing results display a(More)
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