- Posted January 22, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Boiling water meets -31 degrees
The iReporter and her husband knew that the water should vaporize if there was a large enough difference between the two temperatures, but they were surprised it worked so well. Harder was getting the video, she said.
'The iPad was very cold and was hard to hold on to with mittens. So I had to use one mitten and have my bare hand on the iPad to press the record button.'
They weren't the only ones trying out this cold-weather experiment Wednesday. A special education teacher in Ottawa, Canada, entertained his students with the feat, and a 16-year-old in Merrill, Wisconsin, tried it out in minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
- dsashin, CNN iReport producer
Boiling water meets negative 31 degrees. Boiled water and threw it in the air ... it vaporizes.