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Studies of cavitation and ice nucleation in ‘doubly-metastable’ water: time-lapse photography and neutron diffraction / Rhodri, Williams; Matthew, Barrow
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Volume: 14, Issue: 38, Pages: 13255 - 13261
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Studies of cavitation and ice nucleation in ‘doubly-metastable’ water: time-lapse photography and neutron diffraction
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Initial work on the tensile strength of liquids was conducted under EPSRC grant GR/S10438/01 for which the author was a researcher co-investigator. Current work now considers cavitation and freezing of aqueous systems in collaboration with colleagues from the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA). Potential applications include technologies for bacterial cell disruption, synthesis of structured products and solute extraction including desalination. Led to synchrotron beam-time (DIAMOND) in collaboration with Instituto de Technologia Quimica Biologia (ITQB), Lisbon, and neutron beam time awarded at ISIS (NIMROD). Based on previous projects in partnership with ILL, Grenoble where the author is a visiting researcher.
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