Phenomena

High-Speed Leidenfrost Levitation

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The Leidenfrost effect occurs when a liquid encounters a surface with a temperature much higher than its boiling point. Some of the liquid is instantly vaporized and then a droplet will skate across the surface on that vapor. This video shows the process at 3000 frames per second.

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