“When ice forms in supercooled water, ice growth is rapid and the osmotic stresses that the cells face is severe.”
“Glaze is, therefore, like a solid solution and is sometimes called a supercooled liquid.”
“The culprit is liquid water in various forms, either freezing or "supercooled" - actually below the freezing point but still liquid.”
“Glaze or glass is called a supercooled liquid because, during cooling, crystals have no time to form in the rather sticky mass, and glass by definition does not contain crystals.”
“As it continues towards the ground, it then briefly passes through colder air again, causing the water droplets to become 'supercooled' - colder than 0C but not still in liquid form.”
“Water can exist in liquid form well below this threshold, notably in a so-called "supercooled" state that is well into the minus zone.”
“Icing happens when an aircraft comes into contact with a cloud containing droplets of water that are supercooled, meaning that they are below freezing point but still liquid.”
“Surprisingly, if water lies in a smooth bottle and is free of any dust, it can stay liquid down to minus 40 degrees F (minus 40 degrees C) in what's called "supercooled" form.”
“By tracking individual water molecules in a "supercooled" state, scientists find what explains one of water's most notable and life-saving features: its astounding capacity to resist gaining or losing heat.”
“Kumar and his colleagues first tracked individual water molecules in a "supercooled" state”
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