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Old 01-31-2019, 01:53 AM
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I have seen people claim that most water is H12O6 and not H2O
and that ring structure is why water expands when it freezes

I have also seen sharp changes when water gets cold, reverse osmosis systems have all had issues when the water gets to close to freezing. most people don't have 34F water out of the tap, so I wonder if most people have not noticed the issue of some sort of change. water also does not clean dishes very well that cold, and it seems to me that the temperature cut off is sharp and not linear like you might think things just getting cold would do.
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