Neutron Scattering Analysis of Water's Glass Transition and Micropore Collapse in Amorphous Solid Water.

Abstract

The question of the nature of water's glass transition has continued to be disputed over many years. Here we use slow heating scans (0.4  K min^{-1}) of compact amorphous solid water deposited at 77 K and an analysis of the accompanying changes in the small-angle neutron scattering signal, to study mesoscale changes in the ice network topology. From the… (More)
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.116.215501

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