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Thin Film & Crystal Growth Mechanisms Conference

Sunday July 7, 2013 to Friday July 12, 2013
Biddeford, United States

Event Type: Conference

Subject(s): Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Theoretical Chemistry


Event Description

The Thin Film and Crystal Growth Mechanisms Gordon Research Conference is dedicated to the knowledge and understanding of the fundamental atomic and nanoscale physics and chemistry that are central to the growth of crystals for a wide array of technologies. Historically, the conference has emphasized concepts rather than specific materials, technologies or growth methods. This focus has attracted scientists with a broad range of specializations, from semiconductor thin film growth to biocrystallization, who find common inspiration in examining how the general principles of crystal thermodynamics and growth kinetics are applicable to many fields.

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Venue: University of New England
11 Hills Beach Road, Biddeford, ME, United States, 04005


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Organizer: Ms. Joanna Millunchick

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