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Physical chemistry: Ice niceties

20:56 EST 8 Nov 2017 | Nature Publishing

The molecules in ice crystals normally form a hexagonal lattice, which is why all snowflakes are six-sided (pictured). But on page 218, Lupi et al. report that the tiniest ice crystals prefer a different arrangement — a finding that has implications for climate

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