Collection of artificially grown crystals

This collection of crystals has been selected by the IUCr Commission on Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials as examples of high-quality crystals grown artificially. If you would like to add your examples, please use the submission form.

The first set of images is selected at random from the complete collection. Use the options below these pictures to search or browse further. 

Sr5Pb3ZnO12 This is an optical photograph taken using Olympus LEXT OLS4000 confocal scanning laser microscope. Crystals were grown from polycrystalline powder in molten sodium chloride.
Michał J. Winiarski
Curcumin Turmeric Flowers
Aditya Bahrgava
aluminum tungstate aluminum tungstate Al2(WO4)3 by the Czochralski method from nonstoichiometric melt (WO3 reach) at pulling rate 0.14mm/h
Antoni Dabkowski
lithium chloride monohydrate dendritic growth of LiCl•H2O from aqueous solution - shearing interference microscope image
Leonard J. Soltzberg
l-serine–l-ascorbic acid co-crystal
Sergey Arkhipov

Simple (free-text) search:  

Structured search: Check any of the boxes under crystal keyword(s) and / or any of the boxes under crystal growth keyword(s). Hits are returned for entries matching any of the 'crystal' keywords and any of the 'crystal growth' keywords.
crystal keyword(s) crystal growth keyword(s)