Superheated Ice Formed by the Freezing of Superheated Water

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Science  24 Apr 1970:
Vol. 168, Issue 3930, pp. 469-470
DOI: 10.1126/science.168.3930.469


Water, superheated with respect to the vapor phase, has been made to freeze, thus forming ice that is also superheated with respect to the vapor. This phase transformation occurred at the extension of the melting curve below the triple point pressure.

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