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A seasonal and topical bit of condensed-matter physics.
Aimed at a general audience, but contains some hard
numbers and makes a number of good points. Contains
links to primary sources.
"The surprising science of why ice is so slippery"
TL;DR: There's an ultra-thin surface layer that
isn't really frozen.
Forum for Physics Educators