Tyndall Figures formed in Crystallographic Plane Perpendicular to Basal Plane of Ice Crystals

@article{Higuchi1964TyndallFF,
  title={Tyndall Figures formed in Crystallographic Plane Perpendicular to Basal Plane of Ice Crystals},
  author={Keiji Higuchi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1964},
  volume={202},
  pages={485-487}
}
SINCE the classical work by Tyndall1, the liquid figures in ice crystals caused by internal melting have been well known as ‘Tyndall figures’. Recently, Nakaya2 and Krüger3 examined in detail the Tyndall figures formed in the crystallographic basal plane of ice crystals, namely, dendritic figures with such hexagonal symmetry as a six-petalled flower or a plane dendritic snow crystal. However, no attention has been paid to the Tyndall figure with no hexagonal symmetry but rather tetragonal, in… 
5 Citations
Habits of ice grown in supercooled water and aqueous solutions
Abstract At small supercoolings the direction of growth of ice in pure water and aqueous solutions is parallel to the basal plane. As the supercooling is increased the growth direction of the
Tyndall figures at grain boundaries of pure ice
LIQUID figures produced by internal melting in ice are called Tyndall figures (see refs 1–3). I report here the formation and morphology of Tyndall figures at grain boundaries in pure ice.
The morphology of the solid/liquid interface during melting
Abstract Some new observations of the morphology of the solid liquid interface during melting are reported and discussed in relation to other published work on this topic. The classification of

References