EPJE Topical review - Advances in the study of supercooled water
- Published on 29 November 2021
In a new Review Article published in EPJE, a large international team of authors report on recent progress in the fields of supercooled and glassy water, water in solutions and confined water, achieved through experiment, theory and computational studies. The review treats the different thermodynamic scenarios hypothesized for the supercooled region, the two-liquid state picture of water, its implications to the structure and dynamics which are intimately connected to its thermodynamics. The role of cooperative effects in this hydrogen-bonded liquid and the polyamorphism of glassy water both in bulk and in salty aqueous solutions are also discussed.
Paola Gallo, Johannes Bachler, Livia E. Bove, Roland Böhmer, Gaia Camisasca, Luis E. Coronas, Horacio R. Corti, Ingrid de Almeida Ribeiro, Maurice de Koning, Giancarlo Franzese, Violeta Fuentes-Landete, Catalin Gainaru, Thomas Loerting, Joan Manuel Montes de Oca, Peter H. Poole, Mauro Rovere, Francesco Sciortino, Christina M. Tonauer & Gustavo A. Appignanesi (2021),
Advances in the study of supercooled water,
European Physical Journal E 44:143, DOI: 10.1140/epje/s10189-021-00139-1