Second critical point for water

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It has been hypothesised that water has a second critical point, located in the experimentally inaccessible supercooled region.

TIP4P/2005 model of water[edit]

For the TIP4P/2005 model the liquid-liquid critical point is located at T_c = 193K, p_c =1350 bar and having a density of \rho_c =1.012 g/cm3 [1][2].

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