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An H2O  ice molecule obeying the 'ice rules'  The 'ice rules': (also called the Bernal–Fowler rules [766]) each water molecule (right labeled 'a') has four hydrogen-bonded neighbors, two hydrogen atoms near each oxygen (~1 Å), one hydrogen atom on each O····O bond; thus H-O-H···OH2 and H2O···H-O-H

An H2O ice molecule obeying the 'ice rules' The 'ice rules': (also called the Bernal–Fowler rules [766]) each water molecule (right labeled 'a') has four hydrogen-bonded neighbors, two hydrogen atoms near each oxygen (~1 Å), one hydrogen atom on each O····O bond; thus H-O-H···OH2 and H2O···H-O-H

Water models

Water models

physical properties of molecular substances

physical properties of molecular substances

ice xii substructure

ice xii substructure

ice viii substructure

ice viii substructure

Hexagonal ice unit cell

Hexagonal ice unit cell

Amazing how complex, even in this super simplified picture, the human body is..

Amazing how complex, even in this super simplified picture, the human body is..

ice vii substructure

ice vii substructure

water structures - Ice-ten cubic structure consisting of 8 unit cells of two water molecules plus extra atoms found within the basic cubic structure

water structures - Ice-ten cubic structure consisting of 8 unit cells of two water molecules plus extra atoms found within the basic cubic structure

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