Contact: Birgitte Svennevig
University of Southern Denmark
Caption: A series of images, which illustrates the formation of a spiral pattern over a period during which the temperature decreases. First at app. 33 degrees a germ is created. From this the spiral grows and it ends with a spiral pattern at 28 degrees. This takes approx. five minutes. The length of the black line is 5 micrometers.
Credit: Credit: Adam Cohen Simonsen/reprinted with permission from Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Copyright 2013 American Chemical Society.
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