Crystal Growth of 5-Sulfosalicylato Potassium


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Single crystal of 5-sulfosalicylato potassium was grown by the method of slow cooling in solution. The crystal shows a good cleavability along the b axis.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 554-556)

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Shuang Chen, Zhao-Tie Liu and Qingzhu Zeng




Y. N. Li and S. K. Lin, "Crystal Growth of 5-Sulfosalicylato Potassium", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 554-556, pp. 1929-1932, 2012

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July 2012





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