Supercooled water reveals its secrets.


W hen a substance remains liquid below its melting point, it is said to be in a metastable supercooled state. In the region where the substance can be supercooled, the crystal is still the stable state, but crystallization can be avoided if the cooling occurs fast enough. The supercooled phase diagram of water has received particular attention (1). The… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.aar3575


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