However, how well gelatin hydrolysate can inhibit the growth of ice crystals
in ice cream has not been extensively examined.
In particular, we recommend new measurements of ice crystal
shapes in the very cold tropical tropopause layer-a region of the atmosphere important for both climate and transport into the stratosphere and where we expect stacking disorder to persist and crystals to be trigonal.
The distance between the ice crystal
generator and the test section has been maximized to increase as far as possible the residence time for a complete freezing of the droplets (Figure 3).
Their model hinges on the idea that ice crystals
are forming on atmospheric particles that were previously thought to be useless for making ice crystals
US plane maker Boeing told airlines last month to avoid flying the 787s within 50 nautical miles of thunderstorms to avoid formation of ice crystals
Sorbetto contains less water and thus has fewer ice crystals
, so it is somewhat softer and more intensely flavored.
In the first category, the touch of the growing ice crystal
caused the test specimen to act as a secondary nucleation site from which multiple new crystals grew rapidly.
Interestingly, a mutant AFP in which one alanine is replaced with a leucine, is also able to inhibit crystallization, even though this mutant is ineffective at inhibiting the growth of pure ice crystals
CAS freezing works on the simple principle that water molecules cannot cluster and form cell-wall-damaging ice crystals
if they are in motion during the freezing process.
The process of freezing can markedly affect texture, as the formation of ice crystals
disrupts cells' structures, for example.
In order to a grow, an ice crystal
must stay cold, but water gives off heat as it freezes.
Sharp ice crystals
in the seed embryo mean instant death for most seeds--but not for those of winterfat, a low-growing shrub that thrives from the Yukon to Mexico.