The Stability Limit and other Open Questions on Water at Negative Pressure

@inproceedings{Caupin2013TheSL,
  title={The Stability Limit and other Open Questions on Water at Negative Pressure},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Caupin and Abraham Duncan Stroock},
  year={2013}
}
Liquid water exhibits numerous anomalies, such as its expansion upon cooling below 4◦C. One of the explanations put forward involves polymorphism: two different liquid phases could exist at low temperature, in the supercooled region; this proposal has focused significant experimental and theoretical interest on the supercooled regime. We study another metastable state of water, where the liquid is at negative pressure, as explained in Section 1.2. The properties of water in this region of the… CONTINUE READING
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