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written by Yoshinori Furukawa
A description of how ice crystals form on the earth and much more. A feature of Physics Today, Dec, 2007
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This resource was featured by the Physics Front collection from December 4, 2007 until February 4, 2008. View the feature here!

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© 2007 Physics Today
cooling effects, crystals, fluid dynamics, fluids, ice, ice formation, mechanics of ice, solid state
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Metadata instance created December 4, 2007 by Cathy Ezrailson
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August 4, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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Y. Furukawa, Snow and Ice Crystals, (2007), <>.
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Furukawa, Y. (2007, December 1). Snow and Ice Crystals. Retrieved July 21, 2019, from
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Furukawa, Yoshinori. Snow and Ice Crystals. December 1, 2007. (accessed 21 July 2019).
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Furukawa, Yoshinori. Snow and Ice Crystals. 2007. 1 Dec. 2007. 21 July 2019 <>.
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