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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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When it occurs in the freezing bubbles, the flow rips ice crystals from the bottom of the bubble and swirls them around the liquid shell where they enlarge until the entire bubble is frozen.
National Weather Service meteorologist (https://www.nj.com/cape-may-county/2019/05/check-out-this-fire-rainbow-seen-at-the-jersey-shore-sunday.html) Dean Iovino told NJ.com  about another rare weather phenomenon, known as "sun dogs," in which the sun hits ice crystals in high clouds, a process similar to the fire rainbow.
While radiances from geostationary orbit cannot answer this question, we believe that large cloud-top ice particles appear when cloud-condensation nuclei concentrations are low, environmental relative humidity values are high, the dry-air entrainment rate is extremely limited (i.e., nearly undiluted, or "hot"), and updraft speeds are slow enough for ice crystal growth and persistence, but strong enough for lofting to cloud top.
With respect to microphysical cloud processes, the model predicts the specific water content (Qc, Qr, Qi, Qs, Qg, and Qh) and concentrations (Nc, Nr, Ni, Ns, Ng, and Nh) of six types of hydrometeors (cloud water, rainwater, ice crystals, snow, graupel, and hail particles).
In thawed fish, some of the water that has been isolated from muscle fibers by the formation of ice crystals is not retained or regained by the fibers.
Hail starts with wet ice crystals in a thunderstorm cloud that encounter supercooled water freezing onto the crystal.
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To stop ice crystals forming, just beat the mixture - by hand or in a food processor - three times during the freezing process.
Concerns about product quality inevitably arise for such frozen products as ice cream when these types of products are stored in cold environments and ice crystals develop.
Highlights of the frozen structure - which would make 700 million snowballs and where guests are kept warm in the -5C temperatures with reindeer skins - are chandeliers made from 1,000 hand-cut ice crystals, a 10ft ice elephant (above), a 70s-style love nest, and beer made with melted ice from the nearby Torne River.
The objective was to be able to simulate ice crystals conditions at high altitude, high Mach number and low temperature.