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Contact Line Catch Up by Growing Ice Crystals

@inproceedings{Grivet2021ContactLC,
  title={Contact Line Catch Up by Growing Ice Crystals},
  author={Rodolphe Grivet and Antoine Monier and Axel Huerre and Christophe Josserand and Thomas S'eon},
  year={2021}
}
The effect of freezing on contact line motion is a scientific challenge in the understanding of the solidification of capillary flows. In this letter, we experimentally investigate the spreading and freezing of a water droplet on a cold substrate. We demonstrate that solidification stops the spreading because the ice crystals catch up with the advancing contact line. Indeed, we observe the formation and growth of ice crystals along the substrate during the drop spreading, and show that their… 

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Article history: Received 24 May 2013 Received in revised form 17 June 2013 Accepted 17 June 2013 Available online 9 July 2013
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