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Water can either be a liquid, solid, or gas. Any substance that has been dissolved in water is said to be in an aqueous state (remember that aqua means water). For water to be in an aqueous state is in itself, a contradiction.
Like others have said above, water can either be a solid, liquid or gas. However, it will never be aqueous since an aqueous solution is, by definition, one where the solvent is water. Water cannot be dissolved in itself (it cannot be both the solvent and the solute).
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