The Royal Society of Chemistry
This meeting is for established and early-career scientists, post-graduate students and industrial researchers interested in measuring, modelling and designing crystallisation processes. The unique format of the Faraday Discussions will allow for in-depth discussions of issues critical to the development of crystallisation research. The meeting will bring together communities of scientists studying nucleation in different contexts such as inorganics, organics, porous materials, and biological systems, offering opportunities to establish new collaborations.
Crystallisation, the spontaneous arrangement of molecular building blocks into ordered solid particles, is a fascinating phenomenon. Understanding the dynamic, molecular-scale processes that underlie crystal nucleation and growth holds the key to designing the production of specific crystalline materials. The ability to induce crystallisation how, when and where we want it is key to material synthesis. Such capabilities will transform industrial and environmental sectors, including healthcare, formulated products, oil and gas, water, mining and advanced materials.
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