Dendritic crystals of copper

Dendritic crystals of copper

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Caption: Dendritic (treelike) crystals are known for many metals, both native and their compounds. They can be natural minerals or formed synthetically by chemical processes or by cooling/freezing their melts. The example here displayed is of copper oxide formed by synthetic process

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Keywords: chemical, chemistry, cooling, copper, copper-oxide, dendrite, dendrites, dendritic, freezing, melt, melts, mineral, mineralogy, oxide

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