Generally, ice is the crystalline form of water. It visibles in a hexagonal form if it is crystallized at atmospheric pressure. When the temperature is very low, it condenses to cubic form.
3 – D structure of ice:
It has hydrogen bonding and highly ordered structure. Each of the oxygen atoms is surrounded tetrahedrally by 4 other oxygen atoms at a distance of 276 pm. The structure of ice also contains wide holes that can hold molecules of particular sizes.Answered by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago
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(i) Hydrogen economy
(iv) Water-gas shift reaction
(v) Fuel cell?
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(i) alkaline water
(ii) acidified water, and
(iii) normal water. Write equations wherever necessary.
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