When water freezes cold, water molecules are organized into hexagons. The physicists at the University of Seoul have now found that, despite the simulations that occurred, the electric field had to be really impressive (109 volts
per meter). Specifically, using a force of 106 volts per meter and at a temperature of 20ºC, they have discovered that in a
drop of water a solid layer is formed.
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