Probing the change in the structure of an ionic liquid upon a liquid-liquid transition

Crystalline solids are characterised by high ordering at a microscopic level, forming a crystal lattice. It is common for a crystalline material to occur at different crystalline forms, with different lattices (polymorphism). In liquids, molecules are disordered, albeit strongly interacting, and are able to move freely with respect to one another. Although some elements and metal oxides have more than one liquid structure, displaying high-temperature liquid-liquid transitions (LLTs), only a handful of room-temperature liquids display...
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