MicroED Structure of Hexagonal Ice Ih

Tamir Gonen University of California Los Angeles


The structure of ice Ih is solved from a single nanocrystal to a resolution of 0.53Å using the cryoEM method microcrystal electron diffraction (MicroED). Data were collected at just above liquid nitrogen temperatures (~80K) in ultra-high vacuum (~8 x 10-7 Pa) using a total exposure of less than 1e- Å-2.


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