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Physical review. E
At high temperatures, a droplet can rest on a cushion of its vapor (the Leidenfrost effect ). Application of an electric field across the vapor gap fundamentally eliminates the Leidenfrost state by attracting liquid towards the surface. This study uses acoustic signature tracking to study electrostatic suppression of the Leidenfrost state on solid and liquid surfaces. It is seen that the liquid-vapor instabilities that characterize suppression on solid surfaces can be detected acoustically.doi:10.1103/physreve.98.013103 pmid:30110754 fatcat:4ixrc327cndlliqe4s7iio5mry