Using the kinetic-geometric model of the growth of crystals one can determine relative growth rates corresponding to the growth of crystals of different morphologies. In the general case, relative growth rates may be present as a set of planes intersecting in 3D space of the graph. Such intersecting planes divide the space of the graph into different regions corresponding to different changes in morphology of growing crystal. In such a way one may derive the kinetic conditions of the growth of crystals of different morphologies.
Internal morphology of wulfenite - time evolution of individual faces.
Detailed analysis: J. Prywer, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 12 (2000) 6271–6286.
Induced striations seen in KBC crystal;
cleavage plane (1 0 0). Fast-growing (0-10) face increases its size.
Detailed analysis: J. Prywer, J. Phys. and Chem. of Solids 63 (2002) 493–501.
of relative growth rates defining kinetic conditions of the growth of COM
crystals of different
morphologies. Detailed analysis: J. Prywer, CrystEngComm 11 (2009) 196–202.