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\nthis particular research, a helical structured copper crystallisation
\nchamber was designed and fabricated. The effect of two operating
\nconditions on the performance of the newly designed crystallisation
\nchamber was investigated, which are circulation flowrate and coolant
\ntemperature. The performance of the design was evaluated by the
\neffective partition constant, K, calculated from the volume and
\nconcentration of the solid and liquid phase. The system was also
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