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English: Fibrous caffeine crystals as viewed by dark field light microscopy. Points where nucleation occurred are clearly visible; nucleation occurred at the points the fibrous crystals radiate out from. 1.559 μm per pixel, the entire image covers an area of approximately 11 x 7 mm.
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