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October 25, 2021 8:13 pmpts 30 pts
ncieml Imt Ildi surface-related instability. This typically requires some de- gree of undercooling (cooling of a melt below the true crys- tallization temperature of a mineral) or supersaturation before a sufficient number of ions to be stable can sponta- neously cluster together ("homogeneous nucleation"). Alter- natively, a preexisting crystal surface may be present: either a "seed crystal" of the same mineral or a different mineral with a similar structure on which the new mineral can easily nucleate and grow ("heterogeneous nucleation"). For re- ./10o0
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  • Mayank vedwal Vedwal
    i hope this will clarify your doubt.. if still there is doubt then u can ask it freely
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  • Mayank vedwal Vedwal
    so you need to form nucleus before clustering of ions and all the ions which are clustering before reaching undercooling temperature will not stable enough to form crystals.
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  • Mayank vedwal Vedwal thankyou
    because we need some amount of undercooling to start nucleation process . Undercooling is the process in which we go below the crystallization temparature and start nucleation. But...
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    There are two type of nucleation processes exist in nature. 1) One in which a crystal makes it nucleus and starts growing on its own nucleus .In this type of nucleation, nucleatio...
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    Vaibhav singh
    Ok ,bhaiya,i understood that in homogenous nucleation crystal makes it nucleus and grows on its own nucleus .But why you wrote nucleation process starts before clustering of differ...
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