Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 1158–1162 | Cite as

Distribution of dissolved gas in water and bubbles in ice upon movement of a crystallization front

  • M. K. Zhekamukhov


The distribution of dissolved gas in water upon increase in a crystallization front is considered. Optimal conditions are derived for water crystallization, under which the gas-bubble distribution in the ice formed will be the most homogeneous.


Crystallization Statistical Physic Optimal Condition Water Crystallization Crystallization Front 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1977

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