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Physics Students a Maze With Leidenfrost Effect

An aluminum maze which demonstrates the so-called 'Leidenfrost effect' could help inspire the development of a new wave of non-electric thermostats. In physics, the 'Leidenfrost effect' allows water droplets to travel upwards on heated surfaces, a ph

http://www.wgrz.com/video/2878887271001/1/Physics-Students-a-Maze-With-Leidenfrost-Effect http://cdn.newslook.com/f4/f4281d96722f1bc151c2d41eb104c841/images/frame_0000.jpg Physics Students a Maze With Leidenfrost Effect An aluminum maze which demonstrates the so-called 'Leidenfrost effect' could help inspire the development of a new wave of non-electric thermostats. In physics, the 'Leidenfrost effect' allows water droplets to travel upwards on heated surfaces, a ph technologyJim DruryJohann Gottlob LeidenfrostnewslookMatthew Guycarmen chengKei TakashinaUnited Kingdomscience 02:22

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