OKAY, HEAR ME OUT!!! i know this topic has been debated for years, B U T some people say water isn’t wet because it doesn’t have a dry state. this is where hydrophobic water comes in.
i know it’s not 100% H2O and has some fumed silica components, B U T DOES THIS STILL APPLY?? i started wondering because someone in the comments of the youtube video brought it up. it really got me thinking... i don’t really know if water is wet or not but i can see why people think it is not wet. in this case, water is not originally dry to begin with. isn’t this hydrophobic water another way of saying “extremely wet fumed silica”? i have no idea! i’ve been debating ever since i have watched the youtube video..