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The nonoccurance of haloes in ice clouds: implications from a laboratory study

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Although there have been many laboratory studies of ice crystal growth shapes, few studies of evaporation have been reported. There have not been any evaporation measurements of single, solitary ice crystals surrounded by stagnant air.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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