The combined effect of excess pressure and sphere shape on supercooling of tap water

Rasul Al Foysal Redoy &
When a liquid reaches its freezing point or below it but remains liquid, we call it supercooling. Tap water contains impurities, which can act as a nucleation site for crystallization. That is why everyone uses pure water in a supercooling experiment. However, in this paper, we showed how we supercooled tap water using latex party balloons, where the freezer temperature range was from -10°C to -13°C. Moreover, we have shown how normal tap water can...
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