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Factors that would affect re-crystallization?

*Heating Rate
*Dust or hair that causes nucleation
* Time (slow cooling)

This is what I have, are there anymore?
Thank you

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    I'm not sure how heating rate would affect re-crystallizaton. It will affect how fast the crystals re-dissolve.
    I would add concn as a factor for re-crystallization.

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