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Data from the Infrared Space Observatory Short Wavelength Spectrometer have allowed abundances of many species present in interstellar ices to be determined. However, that of H 2 O, the commonest of all ices, has proved controversial because of inconsistencies between results from different vibrational modes: the 6.0 mm bending mode predicts column densities systematically higher than the stretching, combination, and libration modes in several lines of sight. We show that this discrepancy candoi:10.1086/339633 fatcat:zrirqqaannaodlvuelj3iqge3a