Previous work by Schilling1 showed that additions of Cadmium were necessary to produce conditions favorable to growth of single crystals. The present work has to do with the effect of other impurities on growth conditions. At present it has been found, by using zinc with somewhat less iron impurity than Schilling's zinc but with the same addition of Cadmium, that the region favorable to growth is more like the original one of Hoyem and Tyndall and considerably different from Schilling's region.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Kellough, J. S.
"Growth Conditions for Zinc Crystals,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 44(1), 147-147.
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