Scientists Discovered A New State Of Water, Proving How Much We Still Don’t Know The growing list of corrections science textbook writers ...

Scientists Discovered A New State Of Water, Proving How Much We Still Don’t Know 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. https://www.good.is/articles/new-state-of-water