X-ray diffraction ionization curves of water show (1) the presence of two definite peaks corresponding to the separation of diffraction planes of 3.27 A.u. and 2.11 A.u.; (2) the practically constant diffraction intensity of one peak over the temperature range, 2o to 98° C as compared with the gradual disappearance of the second peak with increasing temperature; (3) correspondence in angle of diffraction between these peaks and the chief diffraction intensities with ice crystals; and (4) the increase of peak width increasing temperature with a movement to indicating less distance of planes.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Stewart, G. W.
"X-Ray Diffraction in Water 2° to 98°C: The Nature of Molecular Association,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 309-310.
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