Self-propelled water droplets race up a slight incline on a serrated heated plate due to the Liedenfrost effect.

Self-propelled water droplets race up a slight incline on a serrated heated plate due to the Liedenfrost effect.

By Kyle Thatcher and Cameron Misegadis for Spring 2014 Team Second.
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A hot serrated surface can propel droplets up a slight incline due to Liedenfrost film boiling.
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