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Supercooled Water Is Actually Two Different Liquids in One, Physicists Reveal – ScienceAlert

Water is a very strange thing. In our everyday experience, when liquid water drops below 0 °C (32 °F or 273.15 Kelvin), it freezes into a solid form, becoming i…

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Water is a very strange thing. In our everyday experience, when liquid water drops below 0 °C (32 °F or 273.15 Kelvin), it freezes into a solid form, becoming ice. But ice, it turns out, is rather weird too.
Most of the time, ice seems to be the same frozen solid, no matter where you look. Scientists know differently.
Depending on how liquid water is manipulated, its transformation into ice, called crystallisation, can play out in all sorts of different ways, and in some circumstances, it can …

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