The morphology change in the copper microcrystals by electrolytic origin during inhibition of the evolution of low-energy facets {111} 

I.S. Yasnikov1, A.P. Pavlova1
1Togliatti state university, 445667, Togliatti, Belorusskaya St. 14
Abstract
Experimental evidence for the possibility of controllably transforming the habit of copper microcrystals formed by electrodeposition has been presented. Selective evolution of microcrystal facets with a specific crystallographic orientation has been performed by a premeditated change in the chemical composition of a standard sulfuric electrolyte. The experiments have demonstrated elastic energy relaxation channel associated with disclination type defect in pentagonal small particles specifically an open sector instead of a twin boundary. 
Received: 06 January 2014   Revised: 27 February 2014   Accepted: 28 February 2014
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