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Old 06-09-2012, 05:38 AM
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The conventional stuff is way too... conventional

Unless...

WR said solids have the illusion of stability...
So if its getting less stable from 4deg to freezing, maybe something is wobbling, creating that extra space inbetween, causing the illusion of expanding...
Or am I being stupid... my previous question remains

Is that somehow related to what you said about the hydrogen being far from equilibrium?
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