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Subject: In response to a Response on low temp

Date: Sat Nov 7 15:19:42 1998
Posted by David Griffiths
Grade level: 10-12
School: Ravenna High School
City: Ravenna State/Province: OH
Country: United States
Area of science: Physics
ID: 910473582.Ph

I recently read in a response to question ID: 908963154.Ph "Re: At 
extremely low temperatures, will ice turn into another state?"  And I 
was wondering, what about Bose-Einstein Condensates?  If water was 
lowered to near absolute zero, wouldn't it condense into a BEC?  If 
not, please explain why? 

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