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The distributions of size and shape of a material’s grains can be constructed from a 2D slice of the material and electron diffraction data.
Generating random structures in the vicinity of a material’s defect predicts the low and high energy atomic structure at the grain boundary.
Lognormal distributions (and mixtures of same) are a useful model for the size distribution in emulsions and sediments.
Our Monte Carlo model sheds light on the Ostwald ripening, namely the growth of big particles at the expense of the small ones.