How is the nanoscale structure of Amorphous Solid Water (ASW) impacted by the presence of adsorbates?

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This experiment will determine how the structure and porosity of Amorphous Solid Water (ASW) changes when the ice is contaminated by adsorbate molecules. ASW is a porous material formed by vapour-depositing water onto a cold plate, an analogue of the ice found in star- and planet-forming regions of our galaxy. Our previous work has shown that the ASW has very small-scale porosity, but NIMROD data of the pure water ice alone are unable to elucidate...
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