Scientists discovered a new state of water


The growing list of corrections science textbook writers will have to make could make our third grade curriculum practically unrecognizable. In addition to nixing Pluto from the classic lineup of planets in our solar system, teachers may have to add a second liquid state to the traditional phases of water—aka solid ice, liquid, and gas. Researchers presented this fourth state recently in a paper for the International Journal of Nanotechnology. The writers found that, when heated between 122 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (or 50 and 60 degrees Celsius), water’s physical properties undergo a change that cannot be so easily classified.

As detailed in this recent paper, researchers found a surprising glitch in water’s physical properties once it reached 122 degrees Fahrenheit, a structural change that appeared to be an extra, less atomically organized liquid phase. Independent researchers will need to conduct follow-up experiments to prove this second liquid state, and should they succeed, the implications could be wide-ranging. Water plays a crucial role in the development of most organisms, which means understanding how it operates could help us better understand our own biological systems on a fundamental level. What this finding proves more than anything, though, is how quickly and easily basic concepts can change. Water’s fourth state may not feel as groundbreaking as discovering the world revolves around the sun, but time will tell how much it may change our understanding of the world in big and small ways.


fascinating stuff..some much we dont know..


~ by seeker401 on January 17, 2017.

9 Responses to “Scientists discovered a new state of water”


    …structured / live water…

  2. off-topic: (scroll down, seek)



  4. Conference on the Physics Chemistry and Biology of Water

    Dr. Carlos Orozco Interview


    a research that shows how aggregates of water molecules (polymers of water!!!) result from physically manipulating pure water…or how the water interacts on a structural level (chemical-physical characteristics) with the small quantities of energy from the environment…so…the memory of water (M. Emoto like experiments/conclusions)

    Chiral micron-sized H2O aggregates in water: Circular dichroism of supramolecular H2O architectures created by perturbing pure water


    Unexpected UV-fluorescence behavior of supramolecular H2O architectures generated by perturbing pure water

    • dry water (aggregates of water molecules (water polymers).
      that dry water (new molecules) has new properties into the wet water…probably on the basis of life…as well as quite surely the principle the homeopathy functions.


    Floating Water Bridge Produces Electrically Charged Water

    “Protonic electrical charge

    The water is not charged electronically, but protonically. This unique water is either negatively or positively charged, based on whether it possesses fewer or more protons. ”

    … The water movement is bidirectional, i.e., it simultaneously flows in both directions, and the shape and diameter of the bridge is constantly changing. The bridge also has a lot of strange optical properties like weak birefringence and mixed refractive index, which make it appear somewhat different than “ordinary” water, even to the naked eye!

    From “water battery” to low-waste chemistry

    This breakthrough concept of using water bridges in biochemical or electrochemical reactors paves the way for a number of probable industrial applications. Using the water bridge, substances can be made to come into contact with other materials to facilitate chemical reactions, water can be transformed into a “water battery” to store electric charge, and acids and alkalis can be created without the need for any opposing ions – with no acid and alkaline water.

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