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Calculation of supercooling temperature for primary nucleation of potassium nitrate from aqueous solution by the two-kind active site model



Calculation of supercooling temperature for primary nucleation of potassium nitrate from aqueous solution by the two-kind active site model



Journal of Crystal Growth 74(2): 259-274



Calculation of the supercooling temperature, i.e., the degree of supercooling at which the first nucleation occurs during cooling at a constant rate is described. The calculation uses the two-kind active site model, a stochastic model in which primary nucleation is assumed to be induced heterogeneously by the active sites in a stochastic manner. A Monte Carlo simulation has been used for its calculation.

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DOI: 10.1016/0022-0248(86)90115-6


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