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*[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.135701 Sherwin J. Singer, Jer-Lai Kuo, Tomas K. Hirsch, Chris Knight, Lars Ojamäe, and Michael L. Klein "Hydrogen-Bond Topology and the Ice VII/VIII and Ice Ih/XI Proton-Ordering Phase Transitions", Physical Review Letters '''94''' 135701 (2005)]
 
*[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.135701 Sherwin J. Singer, Jer-Lai Kuo, Tomas K. Hirsch, Chris Knight, Lars Ojamäe, and Michael L. Klein "Hydrogen-Bond Topology and the Ice VII/VIII and Ice Ih/XI Proton-Ordering Phase Transitions", Physical Review Letters '''94''' 135701 (2005)]
 
*[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3100771 Alexander F. Goncharov, Chrystele Sanloup, Nir Goldman, Jonathan C. Crowhurst, Sorin Bastea, W. M. Howard, Laurence E. Fried, Nicolas Guignot, Mohamed Mezouar, and Yue Meng "Dissociative melting of ice VII at high pressure", Journal of Chemical Physics '''130''' 124514 (2009)]
 
*[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3100771 Alexander F. Goncharov, Chrystele Sanloup, Nir Goldman, Jonathan C. Crowhurst, Sorin Bastea, W. M. Howard, Laurence E. Fried, Nicolas Guignot, Mohamed Mezouar, and Yue Meng "Dissociative melting of ice VII at high pressure", Journal of Chemical Physics '''130''' 124514 (2009)]
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*[https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5022175 Zdenek Futera and Niall J. English "Pressure dependence of structural properties of ice VII: An ab initio molecular-dynamics study", Journal of Chemical Physics '''148''' 204505 (2018)]
 
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Ice VII was discovered by the Nobel prize winner Percy Williams Bridgman in 1937 [1]. It has a cubic structure with the space group Pn3m with two molecules per unit cell, a=3.344Å [2]. The ordered form of ice VII is known as ice VIII.

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