Absorption of 12·5-mm. Wave-length Electromagnetic Radiation in Supercooled Water

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WE have recently succeeded in measuring the absorption of radio waves of wave-length 12·5 mm. in transmission through water in the supercooled state in layers of varying thickness up to several millimetres : the lowest water temperature so far reached in this work is — 7° C.

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SAXTON, J., LANE, J. Absorption of 12·5-mm. Wave-length Electromagnetic Radiation in Supercooled Water. Nature 163, 871–872 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/163871b0

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