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Laser Floating Zone Growth: Overview, Singular Materials, Broad Applications, and Future Perspectives
The Laser Floating Zone (LFZ) technique, also known as Laser-Heated Pedestal Growth (LHPG), has been developed throughout the last several decades as a simple, fast, and crucible-free method for growing high-crystalline-quality materials, particularly when compared to the more conventional Verneuil, Bridgman–Stockbarger, and Czochralski methods. Multiple worldwide efforts have, over the years, enabled the growth of highly oriented polycrystalline and single-crystal high-melting materials. Thisdoi:10.3390/cryst11010038 fatcat:hbgegwrpwrgzhjmje2mf5hny5u