Hydrophobic water

The water that condensates and drips from under the cooler where we dispense liquid nitrogen at work. It mixes with some powder from dry liquid nitrogen shippers and takes on some unique properties.

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+6 1. Ash-BG commented 11 years ago

Science is always Fun :)
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+3 2. FastFreddy commented 11 years ago

Powder coated water droplets. :|
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+9 3. Cloe commented 11 years ago

that's why beer is always better than water
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+2 4. lalafafak commented 11 years ago

What is that magic powder?? Please explain!
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0 5. Judge-Jake commented 11 years ago

Who else thought the photograph was of a hunchback sitting on a rock :S
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-1 6. Flox commented 11 years ago

#5 How? I can't see anything that looks like a hunchback at all =)
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+1 7. greywolfdog commented 11 years ago

its the t1000
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+1 8. rantar commented 11 years ago

There is no such thing as 'hydrophobic water'. Hydro is water in greek. hydrophobic can be a surface etc that repels water or other liquids. Water by itself cannot repel itself.