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Water goes from liquid to solid instantly



In this experiment, a bottle of water was supercooled to -21C and then poured out in to a bowl.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Grey14 on 17 April, 2013, 14:57
this is cooler
Comment icon #2 Posted by supervike on 19 April, 2013, 0:09
Why doesn't the water freeze in the bottle?
Comment icon #3 Posted by woopypooky on 19 April, 2013, 15:09
cos its too cool to freeze
Comment icon #4 Posted by supervike on 19 April, 2013, 20:14
cos its too cool to freeze I had no idea such a thing was possible.
Comment icon #5 Posted by BiffSplitkins on 19 April, 2013, 20:56
Comment icon #6 Posted by shrooma on 20 April, 2013, 21:51
put a bottle of pop (soda to our cousins across the pond) in the freezer and chill it down to just above freezing and then open it, the expansion of the carbon dioxide lowers the temperature (gas expansion needs energy, it's how your fridge works) and instantly freezes the liquid! supercooling not required, and you end up with lovely dr pepper flavoured ice-cubes! :-)


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