Subject: How to measure amount of solid during freezing?
Date: Mon Aug 21 23:49:08 2000
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Is there a method to determine how much of a compound has solidified
during freezing? For example, water placed in an ice cube tray will begin
to solidfy when slightly sub cooled below 32 deg F. If I wanted to
measure how much has solidifed at any given time, how could I do this?
Would some kind of light refraction measuring technique be useful? Liquid
and solid phases would be mixed with a moving interface. Any thoughts?
Re: How to measure amount of solid during freezing?
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