new material: a liquid that solidifys on heating, liquifys on cooling

http://physicsweb.org/articles/news/8/9/15/1
-Scott

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Very interesting material property. One could imagine a use in passive solar applications, perhaps.
Mark 'Sporky' Stapleton Watermark Design, LLC www.h2omarkdesign.com
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Not impressed. Not new. Look up catatectic or syntectic.
Prof. K

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snipped-for-privacy@yannitell.com (aSkeptic) wrote in message

It seems the situation is only temporary. Heat it up some more to a higher temperature and it will melt.
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