Water can be either a solid a liquid or a gas. With heat and high voltage it may be able to be a plasma.
Water exists in all of the 50 or 57 American states, especially Hawaii which is surrounded by it. The coastal states, including Atlantic , Pacific and Gulf coast states also have a lot of water along their shorelines. Coastal states and other states have rivers, lakes, waterfalls, aqueducts, canals, geysers, artesian wells and municipal water systems.
Water can be a liquid, solid, or gas. At the point where it would be plasma I don't think it would be fair to call it water any more, only a collection of oxygen and hydrogen ions.
As a solid water can actually exist in many different phases, depending on the pressure.
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