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Model colloidal systems are a testbed for understanding aspects of the organization of matter.
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Understanding entropic contributions to common ordering transitions is essential for the design of self-assembling systems with addressable complexity.
The nucleation of a crystal within another can involve intermediate liquid nuclei.
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