Additive-induced morphological tuning of self-assembled silica-barium carbonate crystal aggregates
Crystallisation of barium carbonate from alkaline silica solutions results in the formation of extraordinary micron-scale architectures exhibiting non-crystallographic curved shapes, such as helical filaments and worm-like braids. These so-called "silica
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