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May 13, 2010

Don’t try this at home

srikanth @ 9:10 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1273785008 ) Play

What’s the effect?

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Answer:

The Leidenfrost Effect.


24 Responses to “Don’t try this at home”

  1. Raghuvansh
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    Hands in liquid nitrogen


  2. Raghuvansh
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    Also, I suspect you might be looking for the term “cold burns”.


  3. Leidenfrost effect. (Also called Sai Baba effect? ;) )


  4. Leidenfrost effect


  5. varuns88
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    Leidenfrost effect


  6. RahulN

    Leidenfrost!


  7. Rahulk
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    Leidenfrost effect… The insulating layer of air which prevents the liquid nitrogen from “boiling”


  8. Dibyo
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    put your hand in liquid nitrogen and it’ll freeze fast


  9. Rogi
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    Leidenfrost


  10. Raghuvansh
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    Sorry for the multiple posting! Didn’t read the question properly! Leidenfrost effect! LEIDENFROST EFFECT!


  11. Aparna
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    leidenfrost effect


  12. krudebox
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    If you were to hold your hand in liquid nitrogen, your hand would freeze, and it would possibly cause problems with your Cardiovascular system leading to death.


  13. Vishnu

    It looks like he is putting his hand into liquid nitrogen


  14. Leidenfrost effect
    putting your hands in liquid nitrogen


  15. Bharath
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    Leidenfrost effect


  16. shrik
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    The Leidenfrost effect.


  17. dineshk
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    Hand in liquid nitrogen. Leidenfrost effect.


  18. Logik
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    Leidenfrost effect.


  19. sandesh

    Hand inside liq nitrogen. The gas produced reduces the rate of freezing.


  20. reddevil_ani

    Rapid freezing using liquid nitrogen


  21. shenoyvarun86
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    Leidenfrost effect


  22. The Leidenfrost Effect.


  23. shreiisc

    Leidenfrost effect: a phenomenon in which a liquid, in near contact with a mass significantly hotter than the liquid’s boiling point, produces an insulating vapor layer which keeps that liquid from boiling rapidly. A few other examples: dipping a wet finger in molten lead or blowing out a mouthful of liquid nitrogen


  24. Inglourious

    Leidenfrost effect


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