IN the course of experiments which revealed previously unreported electrical phenomena accompanying the freezing of water1, another striking, if somewhat unrelated, phenomenon was observed.
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Workman, E. J., and Reynolds, S. E., Phys, Rev., 74, 709 (1948).
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REYNOLDS, S., WORKMAN, E. A Phenomenon Observed during the Freezing of a Non-homogeneous Aqueous Solution. Nature 164, 922–923 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/164922a0
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