Why is mobility of Hions in ice greater as compared to liquid water ?

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H+ ions which are obtained from ionisation of water get hydrated easily. As a result of this, the size of the hydrated Hions is much larger than in ice. Hence, the mobility of Hions in ice is more than in water.

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ice is the liquid state of water
 
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BECAUSE H+IONS IS SMALLER THAN LIQUID WATER BECAUSE H+
IONS IS SOLUTE AND LIQUID IS SOLVENT.
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