Supercritical Fluid Generates Extreme Quantities of Energy
At temperatures above 374 degrees, when the pressure is more than 220 times that at Earth’s surface, water does not turn into vapour, but rather into supercritical fluid.
At this stage, the water is so high- energy that the molecules cannot bind to anything, rather they speed about each other. But the high pressure compresses the molecules, so they get a shape reminiscent of liquid water – i.e. the water is a type of liquid gas. It can dissolve other substances, like liquid, but also pass through certain substances, like a gas. Concepts like "bioling" and "condensing" don't really apply to supercritical fluid.
THE FOUR STATES OF WATER Liquid (water) Solid (ice) Gas (vapour) Supercritical fluid TEMPERATURE LOW HIGH