Unlocking the mysteries of freezing in supercooled water droplets

Capturing the earliest stages of freezing in supercooled water drops. Water drops with a 40-µm diameter were injected into a vacuum chamber, in which they cooled rapidly and froze after homogeneous ice nucleation. Single freezing drops were examined using simultaneous X-ray laser diffraction and two-pulse optical imaging. Credit: Nature (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s41586-023-06283-2 Clouds are a lot cooler than you

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