Self-propelling droplets creep towards heat to cool microchips
Heading for the heatAminart/GettyBy Lakshmi SupriyaCold water is in the hot seat. Usually, cool water moves away from hot areas – but make the droplets small enough and surprisingly, the opposite happens. The effect may help us cool electronic devices, with tiny droplets of water propelling themselves to the hotter areas before evaporating and cooling...
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