"Classical considerations of the evaporation of a homogeneously nucleated droplet in an atmosphere of low humidity, indicates complete evaporation of the drop. Experimental results however, show that there is left behind a residual nucleus that is quite stable. Condensation occurs on these nuclei at comparatively low supersaturations. Using a specially instrumented cloud chamber, experimental procedures are described which attempt to investigate some of the properties of these nuclei. Various possibilities causing this stability are examined and compared to the experimental results obtained"--page [ii].
Kassner, James L.
Russell, Robert R.
Rivers, Jack L.
Pyron, Howard D.
M.S. in Physics
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
University of Missouri at Rolla
xi, 90 pages
© 1965 Ronald Dawbarn, All rights reserved.
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Dawbarn, Ronald, "A study of re-evaporation nuclei" (1965). Masters Theses. 6806.