On 14 June, 2009, Christoph Salzmann at the University of Oxford and colleagues reported having created ice XV and say that its properties differ significantly from those predicted. In particular, ice XV is antiferroelectric rather than ferroelectric as had been predicted.
- Ice, for other crystalline form of ice
- ice I
- ice II
- ice III
- ice IV
- ice V
- ice VI
- ice VII
- ice VIII
- ice IX
- ice X
- ice XI
- ice XII
- ice XIII
- ice XIV
- Chaplin, Martin (2007-11-11). "Ice-six structure". Water Structure and Science. Retrieved 2008-01-02.
- Sanders, Laura (11 September 2009). "Super-Dense Frozen Water Breaks Final Ice Frontier". Wired. Condé Nast. Retrieved 13 September 2009.
- Salzmann, C.G., et al. 2009. "Ice XV: A new thermodynamically stable phase of ice." Physical Review Letters 103 (Sept. 4):105701. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.103.105701
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