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During growth, silicon carbide platelets can impinge on one another and form ball shaped agglomerates. The platelets grow in hexagonal morphologies because certain atomic planes are more energetically favourable and so their surface area is maximised. Scale bar 50um.

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Silicon carbide platelets impinging on one another

Ball shaped agglomerate

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