2D Ice Discovered Can Exist At Room Temperature, Takes Square Shape Rather Than The Traditional Hexagonal Shape

March 26, 2015 2:45 PM

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There is a form of water ice which can exist at room temperature. This form of ice is formed in really thin and fragile pockets of a graphene sheet and takes the shape of a 2D square, UT San Diego reported.

There is a form of water ice which can exist at room temperature. This form of ice is formed in really thin and fragile pockets of a graphene sheet and takes the shape of a 2D square, UT San Diego reported.

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