The Preparation and Structures of Hydrogen Ordered Phases of Ice

  title={The Preparation and Structures of Hydrogen Ordered Phases of Ice},
  author={C. Salzmann and P. Radaelli and A. Hallbrucker and E. Mayer and J. Finney},
  pages={1758 - 1761}
  • C. Salzmann, P. Radaelli, +2 authors J. Finney
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • Two hydrogen ordered phases of ice were prepared by cooling the hydrogen disordered ices V and XII under pressure. Previous attempts to unlock the geometrical frustration in hydrogen-bonded structures have focused on doping with potassium hydroxide and have had success in partially increasing the hydrogen ordering in hexagonal ice I (ice Ih). By doping ices V and XII with hydrochloric acid, we have prepared ice XIII and ice XIV, and we analyzed their structures by powder neutron diffraction… CONTINUE READING
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