Unraveling the behavior of nanoconfined water and ice in extreme conditions

The article from Phys org discusses a study by researchers from the City University of Hong Kong on the behavior of water and ice under nanoconfinement in extreme conditions. Using advanced computational methods, they observed unique phenomena such as two-dimensional ice-to-water transitions and dynamic proton dynamics in nanoconfined ice. The findings, revealing ten new two-dimensional ice states, have potential applications in planetary science, energy science, and nanofluidic engineering, and highlight the unusual properties of water in extreme environments. For more detailed insights, you can view the full article here: