polywater

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polywater

(ˈpɒlɪˌwɔːtə)
n
(Chemistry) chem a liquid formerly supposed to be a polymeric form of water
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Capillary condensation-induced anomalous water sorption in urethane-based coatings exposed to high humidity conditions--S.
SAN PEDRO CITY -- The vice mayor of Majayjay, Laguna, was removed from office, while five other officials, including a former mayor, were perpetually disqualified from holding any government position, after they were found guilty of grave misconduct over an anomalous water supply project entered into by the local government two years ago.
Turning directly to his specialty of ecology, Hillel said the biblical author obviously knew about Egypt's ``mostly regular but occasionally anomalous water supply.
11) The first good assessment of the 'real' anomalous water was given by Everett, Haynes, and McElroy [1970], who concluded:(12)
As it happened, anomalous water turned out to be a 'polymer' of water and silica, not of water alone.
An X-ray diffraction pattern has been obtained from a sample of anomalous water.
133Ba] tracer, a method was developed to measure and compare relaxation times and field symmetries in normal water, protein-bound water, and anomalous water condensed in capillaries.
Anomalous water is commonly supposed to be produced by a catalytic process, and the cessation of growth after some time is attributed to poisoning .