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Water can only be compressed an extremely small amount before breaking its hydrogen bonds. there is no such thing as extrememly compressed water. there may be a great deal of force applied, such as to create a greater surface tension, but the 105 degree covalent bond prevents compression, and when ice freezes it expands, it does not contract. thus telling us that water can be frozen easier at high temperatures via compression is hog wash!! water can exist in all three states, liquid, gas, and solid under very strict conditions, but water cannot become a solid at high temperatures. period.
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