Scientists made a new kind of ice that might exist on distant moons

2023-03-26 01:38:28 By : Ms. Corey Huang

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Scientists made a new kind of ice that might exist on distant moons

Scientists have created a new type of ice that matches the density and structure of water, perhaps opening a door to studying water’s mysterious properties.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-023-00293-w

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Scientists made a new kind of ice that might exist on distant moons

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