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Fish Antifreeze Proteins and the Creep of Polycrystalline Ice

  • John W. Glen (a1) and David J. Ives (a1)

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Creep curves obtained from the polycrystalline ice samples containing low concentrations of antifreeze glycopeptides (AFGPs) do not show the re-accelerating or tertiary creep that is found in pure ice samples. Previous work has shown that AFGPs inhibit grain-boundary migration in ice and the present results are consistent with this, as tertiary creep is associated with nucleation and growth of new ice grains.

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Fish Antifreeze Proteins and the Creep of Polycrystalline Ice

  • John W. Glen (a1) and David J. Ives (a1)

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