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In this video I try to boil dry water. Dry water is made by mixing water with fumed silica in order to keep the tiny droplets of water separated. It ends up looking like a powder, but is actually over 95% water! So does that mean you can actually boil it? And what would a boiling powder look like? We will find out in this video.

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