Microcryoscopy of Water Employing Silver Iodide to Break Supercooling
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A microcryoscope for water has been successfully developed. A series of experiments using 25 μL samples were presented here. It was shown that microcryoscopes can be small sized employing a smaller thermistor and a folded Al-foil as container. AgI was employed to promote ice nucleation.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 1999(6), 495-496, 1999-06-05
The Chemical Society of Japan