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    Crystal Night

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    Crystal Night Source Based Source C is important because it is written by Joseph Goebbels. It was produced on the 12th November 1938, it is an extract from a Nazi newspaper, which means it is biased. The Nazis would want to portray that they had nothing to do with organising Crystal Night. Furthermore, Goebbels is the head of propaganda. Goebbels was a notorious liar and it was his policy that, “the bigger the lie, the more people will believe it”. Source D, is written by Goebbels

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    number of single crystals attached together at some point. Crystals can also be grouped as covalent, metallic, ionic and molecular crystals based on the physical and chemical properties. Covalent crystals have true bonds between all atoms in them. In metallic crystals, the individual metal atoms sit on lattice sites leaving the outer electrons free to float around the lattices. The atoms of ionic crystals are held together by electrostatic forces. A molecular crystal is held jointly

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    CRYSTALS

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    I. Introduction- What is a crystal? A crystal by definition is a solid whose atoms, ions, or molecules are arranged in a regular, repeating pattern. These magnificent solids are formed when they undergo a process called nucleation. Nucleation is the process that occurs in the formation of a crystal. The solution’s, liquid’s, or vapor’s (whichever the crystal is growing in) ions, atoms, or molecules become arranged in a pattern which has the characteristics of a crystalline solid. This pattern forms

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    Compare and contrast the crystal structures and crystal chemistry of quartz, α-FePO4 and β-FePO4. Quartz (SiO2) is the second most abundant mineral on Earth and is of significant uses in both material and Earth sciences. Quartz crystals exist in polymorphs, which mean that the crystal structure of quartz will change depending on the temperature and pressure of the environment that the crystal is in. The crystal will be in its alpha-crystal form when the surrounding temperature and pressure is low

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    The Crystal Palace

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    The Crystal Palace During the 1800’s Great Britain’s empire stretched around the world, and with raw materials easily available to them this way, they inevitably began refining and manufacturing all stages of many new machines and other goods, distributing locally and globally. However, despite being the central ‘workshop of the world,’ Britain was not producing the highest quality of merchandise. When comparing factory-made products made in England to surrounding countries, most notably France

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    Gemstones and Crystals

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    precious gemstones and crystals. There are many people now and days rediscovering the many uses of gemstones and crystals. To my knowledge each, have many different uses. They can be used as adornments, for health, for healing and for spiritual practices. You have probably never even heard of stones or crystals in this fashion before. I am going to take this opportunity to tell you what I know about this fascinating world that I have grown very accustomed to. I am not a gemstone/crystal specialist but,

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    Solid crystal can precipite form a solution, melt, or rarely deposited directly form a gas and that process is called as crystallization. While crystallization, solid may show different crystall sturucture depending on its casting process. To classify these sturucture types, amophous, single crystal and policrystal sturucture which a solid can have. If in a unit cell the periodicity of a three-dimensional pattern extends throughout a certain piece of material, it is called as single crystal. A perfect

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    Evaluation of the Fractal Dimension of a Crystal Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effects of voltage and molarity changes on the fractal dimension of a Cu crystal formed by the re-dox reaction between Cu and CuSO4. Using the introductory information obtained from research, the fractal geometry of the Cu crystals was determined for each set of parameters. Through the analysis of data, it was determined that the fractal dimension is directly related to the voltage

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    Crystals: Wonders of Nature

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    electronics will have crystals in their construction somewhere. From microchips with super-storage or photon-processing crystals, crystals will be everywhere. And they already are. Crystals are used in color changing paint and even in the touch screen of smartphones. Many famous scientists are researching crystals and how they could be used. Crystals are natural wonders of nature that are built in complicating and amazing structures that have the potential to be used everywhere. “[Crystals are a] homogeneous

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    Figure 1 Crystal Structure of SiO2 and FePO4 This paragraph will compare and discuss the crystal structure and chemistry between quartz (SiO2), iron phosphate (FePO4) and also looking into the α and β phase of FePO4. From the understanding of the given materials and crystal structure of both SiO2 and FePO4, both of the crystal are quartz-type crystal, the crystal arrangement are quite similar except for the difference in structural parameters tilt angle δ and bridging angle θ. This similarly carries

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