Re-evaluating the Frankfurt isothermal static diffusion chamber for ice nucleation

@inproceedings{Schrod2016ReevaluatingTF,
  title={Re-evaluating the Frankfurt isothermal static diffusion chamber for ice nucleation},
  author={Jann Schrod and Anja Danielczok and Daniel Brent Weber and Martin med. Ebert and Erik S Thomson and Heinz G. Bingemer},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract. Recently significant advances have been made in the collection, detection and characterization of ice nucleating particles (INPs). Ice nuclei are particles that facilitate the heterogeneous formation of ice within the atmospheric aerosol by lowering the free energy barrier to spontaneous nucleation and growth of ice from atmospheric water and/or vapor. The Frankfurt isostatic diffusion chamber (FRankfurt Ice nucleation Deposition freezinG Experiment: FRIDGE) is an INP collection and… CONTINUE READING

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