2 added 25 characters in body edited Mar 8 '15 at 13:39 M.A.R. 7,0611313 gold badges5656 silver badges8282 bronze badges Superionic water is water under extreme heat anand temperature with the properties of both solids and liquids.    It is where the water only exists as a mixture of H+$$\ce{H+}$$ and OH-$$\ce{OH-}$$ ions. At high pressures, the oxygen crystallises, leaving the hydrogen ions free - thus making superionic water highly conductive.  It's crystal structure is a face-centred cubic lattice, and it is thought that Uranus and Neptune hold a layer of superionic water. Superionic water is water under extreme heat an temperature with the properties of both solids and liquids.  It is where the water only exists as a mixture of H+ and OH- ions. At high pressures, the oxygen crystallises, leaving the hydrogen ions free - thus making superionic water highly conductive. It's crystal structure is a face-centred cubic lattice, and it is thought that Uranus and Neptune hold a layer of superionic water. Superionic water is water under extreme heat and temperature with the properties of both solids and liquids.   It is where the water only exists as a mixture of $$\ce{H+}$$ and $$\ce{OH-}$$ ions. At high pressures, the oxygen crystallises, leaving the hydrogen ions free - thus making superionic water highly conductive.  It's crystal structure is a face-centred cubic lattice, and it is thought that Uranus and Neptune hold a layer of superionic water. 1 answered Mar 8 '15 at 10:40 thatsimplekid 5922 bronze badges Superionic water is water under extreme heat an temperature with the properties of both solids and liquids. It is where the water only exists as a mixture of H+ and OH- ions. At high pressures, the oxygen crystallises, leaving the hydrogen ions free - thus making superionic water highly conductive. It's crystal structure is a face-centred cubic lattice, and it is thought that Uranus and Neptune hold a layer of superionic water.