Origin of congelation
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Congelation is crystallization, and all crystallization is electric, or magneto-electric.The Philosophy of the Weather
Thomas Belden Butler
Many singular effects of congelation may be observed, which change their forms in various parts.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 1 (of 2)
No doubt they had tried to swim across at the moment of congelation, and had been unable to disengage themselves.
The saline matter which sea-water holds in solution, prevents its congelation, except where the most intense cold prevails.
Therefore, this salt must have been in a fluid state of fusion, immediately before its congelation and crystallization.Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4)
- the process of congealing
- something formed by this process
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