Pseudo-whiskers of Ice, grown from Clouds of Supercooled Water in an Electric Field View Full Text


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DATE

1962-11

AUTHORS

T. W. ZAWIDZKI, HENRY M. PAPÉE

ABSTRACT

INTERESTING effects of ice formation in an electric field and from a supercooled water fog have been observed by Schaefer1 and later confirmed by Marshall and Gunn2, who pointed out at the same time that electrical charging of a suitable support which is immersed in a supercooled cloud greatly accelerates growth of supercooled droplets (and later crystals) on the sustaining medium. Schaefer's report mentions, in fact, very rapid growth of whisker-like aggregates from the tips of which, at high electrical gradients, supercooled water appears to be projected outwards. More... »

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568

Journal

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Nature

ISSUE

4854

VOLUME

196

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/196568a0

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