1 April 1991 Application of high-rate crystal growth technique to single crystals of nucleic acid bases
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Proceedings Volume 1402, USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling of Biophysical Processes; (1991) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.47498
Event: USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics and Modeling, 1990, Koshice-Prague, Czechoslovakia
Abstract
On the basis of the metastable zone investigations the optimal conditions for adenine sulphate solution stability were found. These made it possible to apply the novel high rate growth technique developed for KDP-family crystals group to the nucleic acid base crystals. The optical quality of adenine sulphate crystals grown at the rate about five times higher than the traditional one thus reducing the growth period six or seven times is sufficient not only for Raman spectroscopy but even for the normal reflection one.
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J. Zachova, J. Zachova, Josef Stepanek, Josef Stepanek, N. P. Zaitseva, N. P. Zaitseva, } "Application of high-rate crystal growth technique to single crystals of nucleic acid bases", Proc. SPIE 1402, USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling of Biophysical Processes, (1 April 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.47498; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.47498
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