Water and ice - one molecule, many mysteries.
Did you know that there might be two “types” of liquid water or that ice can constitute far more than one crystalline structure? Although a water molecule is seemingly simple, structure and dynamics of the hydrogen-bonded network still puzzles researchers all over the world. In this open lecture you will learn about the fascinating microscopic properties of supercooled water and the solid state “ice”, and see how modern X-ray scattering experiments help us to reveal these mysteries of water. Katrin Amann-Winkel, researcher
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