Stacking disorder in ice I.

@article{Malkin2015StackingDI,
  title={Stacking disorder in ice I.},
  author={Tamsin L. Malkin and Benjamin J Murray and Christoph G Salzmann and Valeria Molinero and Steven J. Pickering and Thomas F Whale},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          60-76
        }
}
Traditionally, ice I was considered to exist in two well-defined crystalline forms at ambient pressure: stable hexagonal ice (ice Ih) and metastable cubic ice (ice Ic). However, it is becoming increasingly evident that what has been called cubic ice in the past does not have a structure consistent with the cubic crystal system. Instead, it is a stacking-disordered material containing cubic sequences interlaced with hexagonal sequences, which is termed stacking-disordered ice (ice Isd). In this… CONTINUE READING

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