ROLE OF INSOLUBLE PARTICULATES IN THE ICE CRYSTAL FORMATION IN A SUPERCOOLED WATER CLOUD.
Briefly, we discussed the main mechanism of ice nucleation on AgI and PbI//2, and the applicability of the existing theories for explaining the rate of glaciation in a supercooled water cloud. Attention is also paid to natural inadvertent cloud seeding by inactive insoluble particulates which through simple contact and geometrical configuration can speed up the droplet freezing. The mechanism of particle deposition and action in a supercooled water cloud is most effectively through Brownian motion and phoretic forces.
H. Andriambeloma et al., "ROLE OF INSOLUBLE PARTICULATES IN THE ICE CRYSTAL FORMATION IN A SUPERCOOLED WATER CLOUD.," Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 369 - 374, EDP Sciences, Jan 1987.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1051/jphyscol:1987151
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01 Jan 1987