Single crystals of beryl, Be3Al2Si6018 are of interest for physical and optical studies, microwave maser devices, gemstones and other applications. A variety of techniques have been described for the growth of beryl including melt (Gentile et al., 1963 and Wilson, 1965), hydrothermal (Van Praagh, 1947) and flux (Hautefeuille and Perry, 1888, Schiebold, 1935, Linares et al., 1962 and Lefever et al., 1962).

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