Exploring water and other liquids at negative pressure.

@article{Caupin2012ExploringWA,
  title={Exploring water and other liquids at negative pressure.},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Caupin and Arnaud Arvengas and Kristina Davitt and Mouna El Mekki Azouzi and Kirill I. Shmulovich and Claire Ramboz and David A. Sessoms and Abraham Duncan Stroock},
  journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={24 28},
  pages={
          284110
        }
}
Water is famous for its anomalies, most of which become dramatic in the supercooled region, where the liquid is metastable with respect to the solid. Another metastable region has been hitherto less studied: the region where the pressure is negative. Here we review the work on the liquid in the stretched state. Characterization of the properties of the metastable liquid before it breaks by nucleation of a vapour bubble (cavitation) is a challenging task. The recent measurement of the equation… CONTINUE READING

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