Latest Supercooling Stories
A new technique which uses supercooling to preserve human transplant organs could drastically increase their viable preservation duration, according to new research appearing in the June 29 edition of the journal Nature Medicine.
The secret life of water just got weirder.
Supercooling, a state where liquids do not solidify even below their normal freezing point, still puzzles scientists today.
By Phillips, Vaughan T J DeMott, Paul J; Andronache, Constantin ABSTRACT A novel, flexible framework is proposed for parameterizing the heterogeneous nucleation of ice within clouds.
A less commonly known distinction of water, but one of great interest to physical chemists, is its odd behavior at its transition to the glassy phase.
The latest research on water - still one of the least understood of all liquids despite a century of intensive study â€“ seems to support the possibility that cells, tissues and even the entire human body could be cyropreserved without formation of damaging ice.