It is estimated that there are between 20 and 74,963 types of ice. The freezing process of water can result in a wide range of structures, all depending on temperature and pressure. Currently, scientists have experimentally identified 19 types of ice, though some sources may claim there are 20. Within the next ten minutes, Let’s explore as many as we can with American Chemical Society’s Reactions host, Alex Dainis.
Correction: 6:33 Dipole moments are typically represented going positive to negative, rather than negative to positive.