Structure and Properties of Water in its Various States

@inproceedings{Chaplin2019StructureAP,
  title={Structure and Properties of Water in its Various States},
  author={Martin F. Chaplin},
  year={2019}
}
  • M. Chaplin
  • Published 29 December 2019
  • Materials Science
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