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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 ice molecule obeying the 'ice rules' Who knew there were many phases of ice?

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Dang it! I should have showed this to my physical science students and then maybe just ONE would have been able to correctly explain why water is polar!

Density of interfacial water and concentration of ions at a liquid water-gas interface

Density of interfacial water and concentration of ions at a liquid water-gas interface

H3O+.3(H2O) hydtated oxonium ion

H3O+.3(H2O) hydtated oxonium ion

oxygen atom - Google Search

oxygen atom - Google Search

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N frozen in moment water shot. I love how different water can look when frozen by the camera.

That blue, pixilated image, is the very first image of an atom’s electron orbital structure. In other words, you’re looking at the first picture of an atom’s wave function. This is the most detailed photograph ever taken of an atom, it allows us to compare the structure of the atom as it really exists against how our models say they should look.

That blue, pixelated image, ladies and gentlemen, is the very first image of an atom’s electron orbital structure.

Water molecules illustration royalty-free stock vector art

Water molecules vector illustration isolated over white background

Water molecules illustration royalty-free stock vector art

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