Crystallisation - A Biological Perspective

Royal Society of Chemistry

Editore: Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012
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Riassunto: The last ten years have seen a revolution in our understanding of the mechanisms of biological crystal growth. While it had long been assumed that crystallisation would occur by the same classical mechanisms which form the basis for most descriptions of crystallisation processes, it is now becoming apparent that this is not the case. There are a number of key observations which have changed our view of crystallisation mechanisms. While it had long been assumed that crystalline biominerals typically form by ion-by-ion growth, it is now recognised that they often precipitate via amorphous precursor phases. This is well established for calcium carbonate and there is growing evidence that biogenic crystalline calcium phosphate phases may form via an analogous route. Recent re-examination of the structure of many calcium carbonate biominerals is also suggesting that "non-classical" crystallisation pathways, where crystals grow from the assembly of precursor particles, may also be widespread. Significantly, these mechanisms are not unique to the biological world. Possibly partly inspired by the identification of these biogenic mineralisation strategies, there is currently great interest from the general crystal growth community in these new and controversial ideas. A number of studies on crystal nucleation have recently re-examined classical nucleation theory, and the observation of pre-nucleation clusters is a recurrent theme of great interest. This controversial result apparently contradicts classical nucleation theory which leads the subject of crystal nucleation and growth via assembly to demand attention. The Scientific Committee warmly invites you to take part in this thought-provoking Discussion and looks forward to welcoming you to Leeds.

Book Description: The last ten years have seen a revolution in our understanding of the mechanisms of biological crystal growth. While it had long been assumed that crystallisation would occur by the same classical mechanisms which form the basis for most descriptions of crystallisation processes, it is now becoming apparent that this is not the case. This conference aims to bring together researchers working in the areas of biomineralisation, biomimetic crystallisation, nucleation and crystal growth. Themes of the discussion include biological crystallisation mechanisms, current ideas in nucleation, amorphous precursor phases, self-assembly crystal growth mechanisms. Although there is significant overlap between these disciplines in topic, researchers in these areas tend to remain distinct. There will be a huge benefit to readers of this new volume to learn by the discussion of similar problems from different perspectives, thus achieving a balance between experimentalists and theoreticians/ modellers.

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Titolo: Crystallisation - A Biological Perspective
Casa editrice: Royal Society of Chemistry
Data di pubblicazione: 2012
Legatura: Hardcover
Condizione libro: New

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