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If so, please explain the structure and properties of this substance or tell me where to find information about the many different ice molecules. Thank you, Sarah Admin note: For those few non-Vonnegut fans, ice-9 is a crystalline form of water that is stable at and above normal ambient temperatures and that is entropically favorable to liquid water - the idea being that a small seed of ice-9 would quickly solidify any liquid water it contacted.
Re: Is Vonnegut's ice-nine from Cat's Cradle a possible threat to the world?
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