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Characterization of a cage form of the water hexamer

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Water has been studied more extensively than any other liquid, yet its microscopic properties remain poorly understood. The difficulty in obtaining a rigorous molecular-scale description of water structure is largely a consequence of the extended, dynamic hydrogen-bonded network that exists throughout the liquid1. Studies of the structure and dynamics of isolated small clusters of water molecules2-6 provide a means of quantifying the intermolecular forces and hydrogen-bond rearrangements that...

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10.1038/381501a0

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NATURE More from this journal
Volume:
381
Issue:
6582
Pages:
501-503
Publication date:
1996-06-06
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ISSN:
0028-0836
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pubs:52969
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52969
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2013-11-16

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