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Superhydrophobic Water - Part II

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2012

The "superhydrophobic" water droplets from the first part can be also rolled over paper. Here you can see two colored droplets close to each other on a normal white paper sheet. So the water droplets don't stick on the paper and also don't unify. The video was shot with a macro lens. The droplets are only about 2-4 mm in diameter. The needle in the video is needle from a syringe.

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