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Production of Ice Crystals in Air by a Pressure-Pack Method

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  • 1 Radiophysics Laboratory, CSIRO, Sydney, Australia
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Abstract

When a highly volatile liquid is sprayed into moist air the evaporation of the liquid droplets may cool the air sufficiently for the condensed water droplets to freeze by homogeneous nucleation. This paper describes the use of this technique to produce about 1010 ice crystals per gram of volatile liquid.

Abstract

When a highly volatile liquid is sprayed into moist air the evaporation of the liquid droplets may cool the air sufficiently for the condensed water droplets to freeze by homogeneous nucleation. This paper describes the use of this technique to produce about 1010 ice crystals per gram of volatile liquid.

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