NewsResearch team discovers that it takes some heat to form ice
on graphene

27th May 2021by admin0
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In a paper published in Nature Communications, the
research team details the complex physical processes at work to
understand the chemistry of ice formation. The molecular-level
perspective of this process may help in predicting the formation
and melting of ice, from individual crystals to glaciers and ice
sheets. The latter being crucial to quantify environmental
transformation in connection with climate change and global
warming.

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