Nucleation of Water

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  • Author : Ari Laaksonen
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 294 pages
  • ISBN : 0128143223
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Nucleation of Water

Nucleation of Water
  • Author : Ari Laaksonen,Jussi Malila
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 10 December 2021
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Nucleation of Water: From Fundamental Science to Atmospheric and Additional Applications provides a comprehensive accounting of the current state-of-the-art regarding the nucleation of water. It covers vapor-liquid, liquid-vapor, liquid-ice and vapor-ice transitions and describes basic kinetic and thermodynamic concepts in a manner understandable to researchers working on specific applications. The main focus of the book lies in atmospheric phenomena, but it also describes engineering and biological applications. Bubble nucleation, although not of major atmospheric relevance, is included for completeness. This

An Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Nucleation of Water Vapor on Ions in Helium and Argon

An Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Nucleation of Water Vapor on Ions in Helium and Argon
  • Author : Daniel R. White
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 09 December 1970
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"The nucleation of water vapor on ions in atmospheres of helium and argon was studied using an expansion type cloud chamber. Separation of the positive and negative ions was achieved so that the nucleation could be studied as a function of both the sign of the ionic charge and the supersaturation. A semiphenominological theory was developed as an extension of the classical theory to include the effects of the ionic charge on the nucleation process. The theoretical model of the

A Second Study of Homogeneous Nucleation of Water Vapor in Helium

A Second Study of Homogeneous Nucleation of Water Vapor in Helium
  • Author : Raymond J. Schmitt
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 09 December 1965
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"Absolute homogeneous nucleation rates in a supersaturated mixture of water vapor and helium are measured using a long sensitive time expansion chamber and a method devised by Kassner and Allard. A pulse technique is employed to produce the nucleation in an effort to suppress disturbing influences of vapor depletion and droplet growth. The time-varying nature of the supersaturation during the nucleation pulse is taken into account by an integration over the pulse. Observed and theoretically predicted droplet concentrations are related