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Edited by Peter Wilson

University of Tsukuba, Japan

Supercooled liquids are found in the atmosphere, in cold hardy organisms, in metallurgy, and in many industrial systems today. Stabilizing the metastable, supercooled state, or encouraging the associated process of nucleation have both been the subject of scientific interest for several hundred years. This book is an invaluable starting point for researchers interested in the supercooling of water and aqueous solutions in biology and industry. The book also deals with modeling and the formation subsequent dendritic growth of supercooled solutions, as well as glass transitions and interface stability.

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SupercoolingEdited by Peter Wilson

Published: March 9th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1978

ISBN: 978-953-51-0113-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4962-0

Copyright year: 2012

Books open for chapter submissions

21267 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

18 Web of Science Citations

8 Dimensions Citations


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1. Supercooling of Water

By Peter Wilson


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2. Supercooling and Freezing Tolerant Animals

By David A. Wharton


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3. Glass Transition Behavior of Aqueous Solution of Sugar-Based Surfactants

By Shigesaburo Ogawa and Shuichi Osanai


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4. Suppressing Method of Supercooling State in Cool Box Using Membrane

By Seiji Okawa


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5. Supercooling at Melt Growth of Single and Mixed Fluorite Compounds: Criteria of Interface Stability

By Jordan T. Mouchovski


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6. Formation of Dissipative Structures During Crystallization of Supercooled Melts

By Leonid Tarabaev and Vladimir Esin


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7. Phase Field Modeling of Dendritic Growth and Coarsening

By Zhang Yutuo


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