The Leidenfrost Effect: How to Make a Liquid Levitate

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In this video, Michael Aranda explains what the Leidenfrost Effect is and how it can cause liquid to "levitate." The Leidenfrost Effect occurs when a liquid is in contact with a material that is much hotter than the liquid's boiling point. The liquid rapidly vaporizes, forming a barrier of vapor between the liquid and the hot material. This barrier insulates the liquid from the heat, preventing it from vaporizing quickly.

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