A crystal growth model based on hybrid modeling is introduced to examine the experimental conditions of the crystal growth process in solution. This hybrid model is a simulation method across physical length and time scales characteristic of atomistic, microstructural, and continuum models. We simulate the behavior of the liquid during the solidification process by hydrodynamics and the atomistic behavior of the surface of the initial crystal by s ballistic model. Several growth morphologies are obtained and the relationship between macroscopic and microscopic morphologies during solution growth is examined.
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