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Record #162107:

Dense ice in detail / Dennis D. Klug.

Title: Dense ice in detail / Dennis D. Klug.
Author(s): Klug, Dennis D.
Date: 2002.
In: Nature. (2002.), Vol. 420(6917) (2002)
Abstract: Discusses discovery and study by Finney and others of very-high-density amorphous ice (VHDA), 40% denser than ordinary ice, tracing application of pressure and heat to high density ice (HDA) transforming it into low-density amorphous ice (LDA), with further application leading to even denser VHDA. Finney performed three-dimensional structural analysis to relate VHDA to dense water, finding increase in number of water molecules surrounding other water molecules, perhaps by annealing, but mechanical collapse of ice lattice may form more complex transition.
Notes:

Nature. Vol. 420(6917) :749-751 (2002).

Keywords: 551.322 -- Ice and snow.
53 -- Physics.
519.673 -- Modelling.
E4 -- Glaciology: physics and chemistry of ice.
SPRI record no.: 162107

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