crystalline interface

crys·tal·line in·ter·face

in dentistry, a boundary between adjacent crystals.

crys·tal·line in·ter·face

(kristă-lēn intĕr-fās)
In dentistry, boundary between adjacent crystals.
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As a result, we can maintain perfect registry between the two materials and obtain the desired crystalline interface.
The higher energy crystalline interfaces reduce the free energy barrier for nucleation increasing the probability of forming a stable nuclei, and more importantly increase the number of potential nucleation sites.
The exceptional quality of the growth achieved to date leads to extremely high quality crystalline interfaces which are scalable to large-diameter silicon wafers, thus indicating excellent commercial prospects for Translucent's embedded mirror material.