Growth mechanisms of single ice crystals growing at a low temperature and their morphological stability

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Single ice crystals were grown in air at low pressure (0.3 Torr) and 760 Torr at -30°C and various constant supersaturations α. As a result, it is considered that the {0001} and {101&#x0304;0} faces of many ice crystals growing in air at -30°C grow by a nucleation mechanism except for low supersaturations α < about 2%. In addition, the stability of the {0001} and {101&#x0304;0} faces of ice crystals growing in air at -30°C and 760 Torr was investigated. © 1983.

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Gonda, T., & Koike, T. (1983). Growth mechanisms of single ice crystals growing at a low temperature and their morphological stability. Journal of Crystal Growth, 65(1–3), 36–42. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-0248(83)90033-7

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