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Answers: Supercooled water

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Q: How can water that is below 32 degrees F (zero degrees C) remain in liquid form and not freeze? That is, become "supercooled"? Matt, LaGrange, Ga. A: The best way to begin understanding how supercooled liquid water forms is to forgot what you've been told about water "freezing at 32 degrees F." This is really the temperature at which ice... »

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