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Frosted window

Frosted window - glass, window, pane, sky, blue, patterns, winter, frost
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Winter frost

Window frostWindow frost (also called fern frost) forms when a glass pane is exposed to very cold air on the outside and moderately moist air on the inside. If the pane is not a good insulator (such as a single pane window), water vapour condenses on the glass forming patterns. With very low temperatures outside frost can appear on the bottom of the window even with double pane energy efficient windows, due to air convection between two panes of glass. The bottom part of the glazing unit is always colder than the top part. The glass surface influences the shape of crystals, so imperfections, scratches or dust can modify the way ice nucleates. If the indoor air is very humid, rather than moderately so, water will first condense in small droplets and then freeze into clear ice.

Monarch Uploaded by Monarch on . Frosted window - Desktop Nexus Nature Download free wallpapers and background images: Frosted window. Desktop Nexus Nature background ID 887603. Winter frost

Window frostWindow frost (also called fern frost) forms when a glass pane is exposed to very cold air on the outside and moderately moist air on the inside. If the pane is not a good insulator (such as a single pane window), water vapour condenses on the glass forming patterns. With very low temperatures outside frost can appear on the bottom of the window even with double pane energy efficient windows, due to air convection between two panes of glass. The bottom part of the glazing unit is always colder than the top part. The glass surface influences the shape of crystals, so imperfections, scratches or dust can modify the way ice nucleates. If the indoor air is very humid, rather than moderately so, water will first condense in small droplets and then freeze into clear ice.

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stelma
Posted by stelma on 11/29/11 at 02:27 AM
very nice :)
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Total Downloads: 379
Times Favorited: 2
Uploaded By: Monarch
Date Uploaded: November 29, 2011
Filename: 03830173S600x600Q85.jpg
Original Resolution: 800x600
File Size: 245.25KB
Category: Winter

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