Ice VI

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Ice VI was discovered by the Nobel prize winner Percy Williams Bridgman in 1912 [1], however it seems that its structure was not determined until 1965 by Barclay Kamb [2]. Ice VI has a density of 1.31 g cm-3. It has a tetragonal cell of dimensions a = 6.27 Å, c = 5.79 Å, space group P42/nmc. Each cell contains ten water molecules [3].

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