Why do ice crystals grow at the expense of water droplets in cold clouds?
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Why do ice crystals grow at the expense of water droplets in cold clouds?

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The saturation vapor pressure of ice is less than that of water.


There are no cloud condensation nuclei present.


Electrical effects limit condensation.


Latent heat limits condensation.

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