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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: S. C. Mojumdar, G. Madhurambal, M. Mariappan, and B. Ravindran

nucleation starts and a visible speck appears. The time period that elapses between achievement of super saturation and appearance of visible nuclei is taken the induction period (τ). Several trial runs were performed to minimise the error. From the results

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inorganic fillers have been reported in recent years [ 23 – 31 ]. Unfortunately, the second components generally have α-nucleation for PP crystallization, which restrains the β-nucleation of β-nucleating agent for PP crystallization and retards the growth of

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X-ray analyses were also used to characterize solution grown anthracene. The nucleation parameters of solution grown anthracene were determined using the interfacial tension and reported for the first time. Experimental

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processes, respectively. The first term follows from the progressive nucleation mechanism (PNM) advanced originally to describe overall crystallization kinetics. Equation 2 predicts a maximum value of α ( t ) at a particular value of t /Θ, but the values

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Blanca Rojas de Gáscue, José Luis Prin, Gilma Hernández, Enrique M. Vallés, Arnaldo T. Lorenzo, and Alejandro J. Müller

maximum lamellar sizes attained. Successive Self-nucleation and Annealing (SSA) is a thermal fractionation technique, developed by Müller et al. in 1997, which has gained wide acceptance in the literature [ 15 – 19 ]. It is based on the sequential

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new equation, based on progressive nucleation mechanism (PNM) of a solid phase during its crystallization in a closed liquid system of fixed volume. Using the new equation, the author analyzed the growth of the number of citations per year

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