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Physics of water

Crystal-clear transition

Nature Physics volume 10, pages 628629 (2014) | Download Citation

Liquid–liquid phase separation is counted among the peculiar phenomena attributed to pure water, but rapid crystallization has rendered its existence hard to prove. Evidence of a 'naked' liquid–liquid transition in a system unencumbered by crystallization encourages us to keep searching.

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  1. Francis Starr is in the Physics Department at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut 06459, USA

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