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crystallization in space and lab

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Old 01-21-2004, 06:46 AM
Lonely entzyme
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Hi!

I want to know why would crystallization in space work better as
combared to crystallization in the normal lab? I know that one
important reason is gravity, but why? What does it doing? Are there
more reasons, like temperature, humidity and how they effects on
crystallization?

I'm very gratefull if you have time to answer my hopefully simple
question

Regards, biochemistry student
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Old 02-04-2004, 06:38 AM
Douglas Scot Gillman
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We haven't measured Heating or Cooling degree days with respect to humidity or
temperature
on crystal formation. I have a hunch that
gravity has a relation to Fe and H2O, that
regards the unsensed vibrations of sound beyond the human cochlea.. that's
the best i can do.

Thank you for contributing to sci.chem.

Doug Gillman
Cincinnati, OH 45216-0237
Dream on nacelles' wind, Caught in tepid Tome, an urge,
Gin in from the cold.
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