Harvard Researcher Grows Microscopic Crystal Flowers by Chemistry

Inspired by coral reefs, seashells and other naturally occurring complex mineral structures, Harvard postdoctoral candidate Wim L. Noorduin developed a beautiful collection of microscopic crystal flowers by dissolving barium chloride and sodium silicate into a beaker of water…

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