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Archive for May 18th, 2011

Crystalline Structure of Ice

Usually, the ice crystals are hexagonal in shape. Snowflakes are perfect example of how ice crystals form. A team of researchers at Liverpool University (University of Liverpool, UK), University of London (University College London, UK) and the Berlin Institute for Fritz Haber (Fritz-Haber Institut, Germany) found a one-dimensional chain of icy nm in length, consisting […]