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Water’s extraordinary polymorphism continues to intrigue, and x-ray diffraction data for superionic ice’s particularly unusual phase formed under extremes of pressure and temperature is now reported in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2vRtXJ0 pic.twitt

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Water’s extraordinary polymorphism continues to intrigue, and x-ray diffraction data for superionic ice’s particularly unusual phase formed under extremes of pressure and temperature is now reported in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2vRtXJ0 

Original Article: Water’s extraordinary polymorphism continues to intrigue, and x-ray diffraction data for superionic ice’s particularly unusual phase formed under extremes of pressure and temperature is now reported in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2vRtXJ0 pic.twitt

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