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Surface freezing in nanodroplets

by Tamsin Cowley, RSC last modified 03-29-13 07:47 AM Copyright 2013, RSC
Surface freezing in nanodroplets

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Experiments carried out by scientists in the US have provided new evidence in the controversial issue of surface freezing in alkane nanodroplets

For small droplets, or systems with free surfaces, such as those in atmospheric aerosols, the freezing mechanism of hydrocarbons is a highly debated topic. Until now, experimental techniques have not been able to distinguish between surface and volume freezing.  More...

http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2013/03/nanodroplet-surface-freezing-alkane-ftir

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