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Water is weird. A new type of ice could help us understand why
Ice cubes float in water because they're less dense than the liquid. But a newfound type of ice has a density nearly equal to what's in your water glass, researchers report in the Feb. 3 Science. If you could plop this ice in your cup without it melting immediately, it would bob around, neither floating nor sinking.
Scientists Transform Water Into Metallic State, Allowing It to Conduct Electricity
It is a well-known fact that pure, distilled water does not conduct electricity and is, therefore, an almost perfect insulator. This is because it contains H 2 O molecules that are loosely linked to one another via hydrogen bonds. To make such water conduct electricity, you would have to either add something (ie.