Cupric Chloride Crystallisation in the Presence of Additive: Experimental Conditions and Developmental Perspectives
The experimental conditions of the copperchloride crystallisation method in presence of additives was recently rewiewed. A new operating procedure allowed improving the homogeneity of a crystallogram set as well as the discriminating power of the method. Notwithstanding reducing the spread of the appearance times of the first seed (t1), the phenomenon is still polarised. Correctiv options are proposed as well as technical simplifications, which may improve the practicability of the method. Miniaturization of the method would also help to simplify its implementation and could facilitate the exploitation of results.