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# The supramolecular physics of the ambient water

@article{Kholmanskiy2019TheSP,
title={The supramolecular physics of the ambient water},
author={Alexander Kholmanskiy},
journal={arXiv: Chemical Physics},
year={2019}
}
• A. Kholmanskiy
• Published 29 December 2019
• Physics
• arXiv: Chemical Physics
The anomalous properties of ambient water at normal pressure and temperatures from 0 C to 100 C are mainly due to the physics of hydrogen bonds in supramolecular structures (SMS). Lifetime, composition, and degree of ordering of SMS are temperature dependent and this affects temperature dependences (TDs) of all water characteristics. To clarify the nature of movements responsible for SMS restructuring, we used activation energies (EA) of known TDs 13 characteristics of water and 10 parameters…
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