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Worta es kemikill kompornd lorngf' t' kemikill formyula H
. A' worta molekuul contains wun oksijen an tuu hiidrojen etems konnektiid bai kovalent bonds. Worta es liquid a' t' standid ambient temperature an preshur, bat et uulii ko-iksists a' t' Erth lorngf' ets solid staiit, aes, an gaseous staiit (worta vapor ala stiim).

Worta tuu iksists iin a' liquid crystal staiit neya hydrophilic surfaiisis.[1][2] Dem krichas niid worta f' servaaew.

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  1. Henniker, J. C. (1949). "The Depth of the Surface Zone of a Liquid". Reviews of Modern Physics (Reviews of Modern Physics) 21 (2): 322–341. doi:10.1103/RevModPhys.21.322. 
  2. Pollack, Gerald. "Water Science". University of Washington, Pollack Laboratory. Archived from the original on 2013-02-15. Retrieved 2011-02-05. "Water has three phases – gas, liquid, and solid; but recent findings from our laboratory imply the presence of a surprisingly extensive fourth phase that occurs at interfaces."