Nucleation of ice in confined geometry

Baker, J.M. and Dore, John C. and Behrens, Peter (1997) Nucleation of ice in confined geometry. In: Symposium on Physics and Chemistry of Ice 1996, August 27-31, 1996, Hanover, NH. (The full text of this publication is not currently available from this repository. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided)

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Abstract

Neutron diffraction studies have been made of ice nucleation in various forms of porous sol-gel silicas and ordered aluminosilicates. It is shown that the crystal structure of the ice exhibits significant variation according to the conditions and often has a diffraction pattern composed of a hybrid with both cubic and hexagonal ice characteristics. The ice structures appear defective/disordered in a complex manner but have common characteristics in terms of temperature variation studies. New studies of water in ordered mesoscopic (MCM-41) structures give results that appear to indicate ''frustrated nucleation''.

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