Is Water Wet? Plus: Neutron Star Weight and A Trick to Keep Experiences Feeling Fresh and New
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Plus, Kristi in Pennsylvania asks: “Is water itself actually wet?” Here are the sources we discuss in our conversation:
- Is Water Wet? | Debate.org
- Is Water Wet? | UCSB ScienceLine
- Water’s surface not all wet: Some water molecules split the difference between gas and liquid | ScienceDaily
- Ingenious: Richard Saykally — The chemist tells us why water is wet | Nautilus [VIDEO]
- Further Reading: Scientists Find That Water Might Exist in a Whole New State | Smithsonian
- Water Has a Quantum State | Curiosity.com
- The Triple Point Is When a Liquid Can Boil and Freeze at Once | Curiosity.com
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