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|Title:||Crystallization of Molecular Liquids in Computer Simulations: Carbon Dioxide|
|Authors:||Kusalik, Peter G.|
Svishchev, Igor M.
|Publisher:||American Physical Society|
|Citation:||Svishchev, I. M. and Kusalik, P. G. (1995). "Crystallization of Molecular Liquids in Computer Simulations: Carbon Dioxide". Physical Review Letters, Vol. 75(18): 3289-3292.|
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