Electron Microscope Study of the Morphology of Lithium Fluoride Surfaces following Dissolution in Dilute Aqueous Solutions of Ferric Ions

@inproceedings{Ramachandran1967ElectronMS,
  title={Electron Microscope Study of the Morphology of Lithium Fluoride Surfaces following Dissolution in Dilute Aqueous Solutions of Ferric Ions},
  author={T. R. Ramachandran and Michael Brian Ives},
  year={1967}
}
  • T. R. Ramachandran, Michael Brian Ives
  • Published 1967
  • Chemistry
  • High‐resolution replica electron microscopy has revealed a complex structure of surface ledges on {100} cleavages of lithium fluoride crystals after etching in dilute aqueous solutions of ferric chloride. Ledge heights vary from approximately 400 A in etchant containing 0.1 ppm ferric ions and are unresolvable at greater than 2 ppm ferric ions. The ledge density is also modified with change in ferric ion content, and this has been related to previous studies of inhibitor adsorption in this… CONTINUE READING

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