I looking for some orientation about how to gain insight into this
process (crystallization from solutions). I don´t have enought
information, an I would like to receive some kind of orientation about
the appropriate documentation to start. I´m a Chemical engeneering,
and I working now in this subject. I have arround 2 months to
understand this subject and I would like spend more eficient my time.
I was wandering if someone would be help me. Thanks a lot.
A book from the 1960's titled "Crystals and Crytsal Growing" authored by
Alan Holden and Phylis Singer helped me along the way. The book was
published by Anchor Books, Doubleday & Company and was part of a Science
Study Series 1960.
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A New world alcoholic beverage company does harvest ice from antartic
icebergs for their products. While not forming in the open water they do
form on and at the icesheets.
On Fri, 21 Nov 2003 12:58:25 -0500,
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I think you misunderstood me -- I've been well aware of proposals
for using Antarctic ice, for several years before my year there. _All_ the
proposals I recall suggested using Antarctic ice, even for destinations
north of the Equator (Saudi Arabia, for example, couldn't harvest
Greenland ice very effectively). My point was that Antarctic ice begins
life well away from the sea, in snowfall in the interior which then packs
down into ice and flows to the coast, eventually breaking away to form
large tabular 'bergs. I was under the impression that Arctic/Atlantic
'bergs don't necessarily form in this way, and as such are usually smaller
that southern ones and possibly contaminated by salt water.
The dates mentioned fit in with my recollections.
There were tales of ANARE expeditioners harvesting blue ice from
bergy bits and taking it back to Oz to provide "fizzy ice" at post-nuptial
celebrations (all the original air trapped in the snowfall is retained in
the ice, having been compressed together at depths up to 4 km or more).
Ivan Reid, Electronic & Computer Engineering, ___ CMS Collaboration,
Brunel University. [Only registered users see links. ] Room 40-1-B12, CERN
KotPT -- "for stupidity above and beyond the call of duty".