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A representative micrograph of each type of material, performed on longitudinal polished sections of the as-grown materials is displayed in Figure 1. For the Bi-2212/3 wt% Ag ceramic (Figure 1(a)), five different phases can be observed and identified by EDX. The primary solidification phase is the Bi-free (Ca, Sr)CuO2 (dark contrast in the Figure 1(a), and marked as #1). This phase appears well aligned with the rod axis, as expected from the flat solidification interface observed in the growth process .
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