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Mangum, Standard Reference Material 1970, Succinonitrile Triple-Point Standard, NIST SRM Certificate (1991) 4 p.
Mangum, The Succinonitrile Triple-Point Standard: A Fixed-Point to Improve the Accuracy of Temperature Measurements in the Clinical Laboratory, Clinical Chemistry, 29, 1380 1384 (1983).
Earth's gravity, by causing convection currents, affects the shape and rate of dendritic growth of succinonitrile and pivalic acid crystals.
Two experiments using succinonitrile flew in 1994 and 1996 (SN: 3/16/96, p.
Astronauts on the late-1997 shuttle flight mixed the two transparent organic liquids, succinonitrile and glycerin, to represent aluminum and indium, respectively.
With gravity lowered to less than one-thousandth of Earth's, the team repeatedly raised and lowered the temperature of the succinonitrile, watching it melt and resolidify.