NewsJumping frost crystals: Lab works toward electrostatic
de-icing

24th February 2021by admin0
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If you have ever gotten up on a winter morning and
thrown yourself into the arduous task of scraping frost from a
windshield, a Virginia Tech lab is engaging science [IS1] that
could make your life much easier. In research funded by the
National Science Foundation, Associate Professor Jonathan Borekyo
has led a team in developing a potential solution for frost removal
by way of electrostatics.

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