Homogeneous nucleation from an asymptotic point of view

Manuel Baumgartner & Peter Spichtinger
The major formation pathway of ice crystals in the low-temperature regime below 235 K is homogeneous freezing of solution droplets. This mechanism is known to be very sensitive to environmental conditions, i.e., temperature and humidity. Nucleation events are characterized by an explosive increase in ice crystal number concentrations. For a better understanding of ice nucleation in this temperature regime, we have to analyze these nucleation events carefully. In this study, we consider the description of...
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