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*  Freezing
Experimental attempts to freeze human beings for later revival are known as cryonics. Freezing is a common method of food ... Under high pressure (2,000 atmospheres) water will super cool to as low as −70 °C (−94 °F, 203 K) before freezing. Freezing is ... But this can be understood, since heat must be continually removed from the freezing liquid or the freezing process will stop. ... Degree of frost Flash freezing Fractional freezing Frost Micro-pulling-down Mpemba effect Phase diagram v t e "All About Agar ...
*  Asset freezing
The Civil Procedure Rules 1998 now define a Mareva injunction as a "freezing order". Asset freezing is not a security, nor a ... assets owned beneficially by someone else will not be subject to the freezing order. A freezing order is a precautionary ... A freezing order will usually only be made where the claimant can show that there was at least a good arguable case that they ... The freeze may be effected by issuing a letter to the asset holder or guardian in question, informing them of the true origin ...
*  Freezing drizzle
Where freezing rain forms when frozen precipitation falls through a melting layer, freezing drizzle forms via the supercooled ... Freezing drizzle is drizzle that freezes on contact with the ground or an object at or near the surface. Its METAR code is FZDZ ... When freezing drizzle accumulates on land it creates an icy layer of glaze. Freezing drizzle alone does not generally result in ... Although freezing drizzle and freezing rain are similar in that they both involve liquid precipitation at the surface during ...
*  Ground freezing
Pipes are run through the soil to be frozen, and then refrigerants are run through the pipes, freezing the soil. Frozen soil ... "Ground Freezing: Freezing soil with liquid nitrogen". The Linde Group. 2014. Archived from the original on 2014-02-26. ... Ground freezing is a construction technique used in circumstances where soil needs to be stabilized so it will not collapse ... A project in Boston known as the Big Dig used ground freezing during some of its tunneling, to allow its wide tunnels to be ...
*  Fractional freezing
... as in freeze distillation, also called normal freezing or progressive freezing. The initial sample is thus fractionated ( ... Fractional freezing is generally used to produce ultra-pure solids, or to concentrate heat-sensitive liquids. Freeze ... Further stages of removing frozen material and waiting for more freezing will come to naught once the liquid uniformly cools to ... Fractional freezing can be used to desalinate sea water. In a process that naturally occurs with sea ice, frozen salt water, ...
*  Freezing toilet
... is a kind of dry toilet based on electricity which freezes the content in a short time. Freezing toilets work ... The function of freezing toilets is based on freezing. The contents freeze in a short time stopping bacteria from growing and ... Freezing toilets can be moved, as they only need a plug to work. The machine consumes about 40 watts of electricity.[citation ... "Toilet Freezes Your Poop To Keep It From Stinking". Gizmodo. Gawker Media. Retrieved 16 May 2015. "Literature - Käymäläseura ...
*  Freezing tolerance
The ability to control intercellular ice formation during freezing is critical to the survival of freeze-tolerant plants. If ... The process of freezing tolerance through cold acclimation is a two-stage mechanism: The first stage occurs at relatively high ... Freezing tolerance can be assessed by performing a simple plant survival assay or with the more time consuming but quantitative ... Freezing tolerance is enhanced as a gradual adaptation to low temperature through a process known as cold acclimation, which ...
*  Flash freezing
... is used in the food industry to quickly freeze perishable food items (see frozen food). In this case, food items ... Flash freezing refers to the process whereby objects are frozen in a few hours by subjecting them to cryogenic temperatures, or ... Flash freezing techniques are also used to freeze biological samples fast enough that large ice crystals cannot form and damage ... The science of freezing water depends on multiple factors, including how water droplets freeze, how much water in the ...
*  Snap freezing
... (or cook-chill or blast freezing) is the process of rapid cooling of a substance for the purpose of preservation ... Snap-freeze is a term often used in scientific papers to describe a process by which a sample is very quickly lowered to ... Cooked meals can be preserved by rapid freezing after cooking is almost complete. The main target group for these products are ... Flash freezing Blast chilling "Collection, Storage, Retrieval and Distribution of Biological Materials for Research". Cell ...
*  Freezing rain
Cyclones and Fronts: the definition of freezing rain. Retrieved on 2007-12-16. "THE RATE AT WHICH RAIN FREEZES IN A FREEZING ... Freezing rain often causes major power outages by forming glaze ice. When the freezing rain or drizzle is light and not ... Freezing rain is the name given to rain precipitation that freezes on contact on surfaces maintained at temperature below ... The METAR code for freezing rain is FZRA. A storm that produces a significant thickness of glaze ice from freezing rain is ...
*  Freezing (manga)
Freezing at Comic Valkyrie (in Japanese) Freezing: First Chronicle at Comic Valkyrie (in Japanese) Freezing: Zero at Comic ... フリージング 1 [Freezing 1] (in Japanese). Amazon.com. Retrieved January 27, 2011. フリージング 30 [Freezing 30] (in Japanese). Amazon.co. ... "Freezing Gets New Freezing Pair Love Stories Spinoff Manga". Anime News Network. March 27, 2013. Retrieved March 28, 2013. ... "Freezing: Complete Series [Blu-ray]". Amazon.com. Retrieved June 2, 2012. "2nd Freezing Anime Season's 1st Promo Streamed". ...
*  Freezing (disambiguation)
Freezing is the process in which a liquid turns into a solid when cold enough. Freezing may also refer to: Freezing (film), a ... The melting point of water, 0 °C (32 °F) Freeze (disambiguation) Frozen (disambiguation) Hang (computing). ... a manga and anime series written by Dall-Young Lim and illustrated by Kwang-Hyun Kim Freezing (TV series), a BBC comedy series ... Gait freezing, a common motor symptom of Parkinson's disease Hypothermia, a biological condition in response to colder ...
*  Surface freezing
... is the appearance of long-range crystalline order in a near-surface layer of a liquid. The surface freezing ... Surface freezing has since been found in a wide range of chain molecules and at various interfaces: liquid-air, liquid-solid ... Surface Freezing was experimentally discovered in melts of alkanes and related chain molecules in the early 1990s independently ... which did not allow a determination of the frozen layer's thickness, and whether or not it is laterally ordered. A group led by ...
*  Freezing level
Above the freezing altitude, the temperature of the air is below freezing. Below it, the temperature is above freezing. The ... The freezing level, or 0 °C (zero-degree) isotherm, represents the altitude in which the temperature is at 0 °C (the freezing ...
*  Freezing behavior
... or the Freeze Response is a reaction to specific stimuli, most commonly observed in prey animals. When a prey ... Not only did these investigations show that the hippocampus is involved with freezing behavior, but avoidance and freezing ... That suggests that neurotransmitters, in general, play a role in freezing behavior. Several investigations show that freezing ... or freeze." In addition, freezing is observed to occur before or after a fight or flight response. Studies suggest that ...
*  Freezing Point
... may refer to: Freezing Point (novel), a 1965 Japanese novel by Ayako Miura Freezing Point, a 1967 South Korean ... film directed by Kim Soo-yong, based on the novel Freezing Point (magazine), a Chinese magazine Melting point, the temperature ...
*  Freezing (TV series)
Freezing (2008) on IMDb Freezing at BBC Programmes British Comedy Guide Freezing reviews from Tom Hollander Fan Site. ... Freezing was originally a one-off comedy as part of BBC Four's Tight Spot season in February 2007, which then became the first ... Freezing is written by James Wood and directed by Simon Curtis. Elizabeth McGovern is herself an Oscar nominated actress who ... Freezing is a BBC comedy series starring Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern about an otherwise successful couple in their ...
*  Freezing Point (novel)
Freezing Point, a 1966 Japanese film directed by Satsuo Yamamoto Freezing Point (冰點), a 1966 Taiwanese film directed by Hsin ... a 1989 Japanese TV series on TV Asahi Freezing Point, a 2001 Japanese TV series on TV Asahi Freezing Point, a 2006 Japanese TV ... Freezing Point (氷点; Hyōten) is the debut novel of Japanese novelist Ayako Miura, first serialized on Asahi Shimbun between 1964 ... Miura, Ayako (1986). Freezing Point. Translated by Hiromu Shimizu; John Terry. Dawn Press. ISBN 0933704291. ...
*  Freezing spray advisory
"Freezing Spray Advisory". Glossary - National Weather Service. Retrieved 1 June 2011. National Weather Service. "Freezing Spray ... A Freezing Spray Advisory is issued by the National Weather Service of the United States to warn vessels that accumulation of ... The following is an example of a Freezing Spray Advisory issued by the National Weather Service office in Seattle, Washington. ... THIS COMBINATION WILL POSE THE HAZARD OF FREEZING SPRAY OVER THE WATERS...MAINLY NEAR BELLINGHAM BAY...ROSARIO STRAIT...AND THE ...
*  Saskatoon freezing deaths
The Saskatoon freezing deaths were a series of deaths amongst Canadian Aboriginal people in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in the ... The passenger was found frozen to the snow. Our enduring legacy." Canadian musician Kris Demeanor's song 'One Shoe' was written ... "When Police Become Prey: The Cold Hard Facts of Neil Stonechild's Freezing Death". Audacious Books. ISBN 978-1-77141-146-2. ... Turenne, Paul (December 18, 2010). "Cops say man's freezing story a lie". CNEWS. Winnipeg. QMI Agency. Retrieved 2012-09-25. " ...
*  The Freezing Atlantic
... is Aberdeen City's debut album. Its first single is "God Is Going to Get Sick of Me." It was produced by ...
*  Individual Quick Freezing
... usually abbreviated IQF is a freezing method used in food processing industry. Products commonly ... as Individually Quick Frozen or IQF'd One of the main advantages of this method of preparing frozen food is that the freezing ... The short freezing prevents formation of large ice crystals in the product's cells, which destroys the membrane structures at ... Even though this method shows good freezing results, it might lead to higher processing costs per kg of product due to the ...
*  The Freezing Fog
Dental Records The Freezing Fog - Eyes of Sound - Release Date 26 January 2009 The Freezing Fog (limited LP version on vinyl ... The Freezing Fog was a Hard Rock band from Manchester, UK. James Longsden - Vocals Liam Stewart - Guitars Edward Godby - ... Kerrang Magazine dubbed The Freezing Fog, 'a joyously retro heavy metal band,' whilst Rock Sound Magazine classed the record as ... On 8 February 2010 it was decided by mutual decision for The Freezing Fog to split. Solarperplexus - Calculated Risk Products ...
*  Patea Freezing Works
The Patea Freezing Company came into being in 1910. In 1933, a new Patea Freezing Company was formed and at times provided work ... The Patea Freezing Works was a meat-processing plant promoted by The Patea A&P Association in the town of Patea. The West Coast ... At the time The Patea Freezing Works was owned by the British Vestey Group. Since the closure the site had fallen derelict. ... On Wednesday 6 February 2008 a large part of the Patea Freezing Works was destroyed by fire. During August 2009 Nikau ...
*  Freezing-point depression
... is the decrease of the freezing point of a solvent on addition of a non-volatile solute. Examples ... The freezing point depression thus is called a colligative property. The explanation for the freezing point depression is then ... As a result of freezing-point depression, radiators do not freeze in winter (unless it is extremely cold, e.g. −30 to −40 °C (− ... the freezing point of pure water. The freezing point is the temperature at which the vapor pressures of liquid solvent and ...