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Crystalline copper features a single crystal structure, which comes from the fact that it is grown using the Czochralski process. Crystalline copper, grown as a single crystal, has unique physical and chemical properties, such as considerably longer granules and absolute absence of gaseous impurites such as oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen.
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