Going beyond the popular belief that water can exist in three main physical states, researchers from the University of Birmingham and Sapienza Università di Roma have unveiled a unique property that water can change in a so-called phase transition, turning into two different liquids. This idea was first proposed three decades ago. However, this phase transition takes place at extremely cold temperatures.
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