Possible Role of Supercooling in the Spearpoints observed during the Combustion of Zirconium Droplets

Abstract

RECENTLY, I reported on the spear-like images that appear on photographic time exposures of zirconium droplets burning in free fall1. The experiments indicated that the spearpoints coincided with solidification of the incandescent droplets.

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