Giant lasers crystallize water with shockwaves, revealing the atomic structure of superionic ice

Nanosecond X-ray diffraction of shock-compressed superionic water iceNanosecond X-ray diffraction of shock-compressed superionic water ice, Published online: 08 May 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1114-6The atomic structure of H2O is documented at several million atmospheres of pressure and temperatures of several thousand degrees, revealing shockwave-induced ultrafast crystallization and a novel water ice phase, ice XVIII, with exotic superionic properties.

Giant lasers crystallize water with shockwaves, revealing the atomic structure of superionic ice

Scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) used giant lasers to flash-freeze water into its exotic superionic phase and record X-ray diffraction patterns to identify its atomic ...

Thu 9 May 19 from Phys.org

Nanosecond X-ray diffraction of shock-compressed superionic water ice

Nanosecond X-ray diffraction of shock-compressed superionic water iceNanosecond X-ray diffraction of shock-compressed superionic water ice, Published online: 08 May 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1114-6The ...

Wed 8 May 19 from Nature News

Scientists make superionic ice

Laser experiments confirm predictions

Thu 16 May 19 from CandEN

Bizarre ice XVIII is an oxygen ion crystal swimming in a sea of protons

High pressure superionic form of water may hold clues to behaviour of giant icy planets in our solar system

Mon 13 May 19 from Chemistry World

Scientists create mysterious HOT black ice by ‘flash-freezing’ water using giant lasers

Using giant lasers to flash freeze water, scientists say they have been able to observe the microscopic structure of the hybrid substance which acts like both a solid and a liquid.

Fri 10 May 19 from Daily Mail

Scientists create extraordinary, alien form of super hot ice - CNET

You won't be putting this in your cooler.

Thu 9 May 19 from CNET

A Bizarre Form of Water May Exist All Over the Universe

A new experiment confirms the existence of superionic ice, a black and hot form of water that might make up the bulk of giant icy planets.

Sun 12 May 19 from Wired Science Blogs

Laser-triggered shockwaves help scientists study superionic ice

Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory successfully imaged the structure of superionic ice using giant lasers.

Thu 9 May 19 from UPI

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