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A molecular-scale description of water and ice is important in fields as diverse as atmospheric chemistry, astrophysics, and biology. Despite detailed understanding of water and ice structures on a multitude of surfaces, relatively little is known about the kinetics of water motion on surfaces. Here, we report a detailed study on the diffusion of water monomers, and the formation and diffusion of water dimers through a combination of time-lapsed low-temperature scanning tunnelling microscopydoi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b00392.s001 fatcat:gmgghjihv5hydfaslods74tao4