We observe droplet pattern in a 0.5 mm thin layer of sulphur hexalfuoride (SF6), heated from below and cooled from above. SF6 vapor condenses at the top plate and forms droplets that are falling down. Under certain conditions, droplets do not reach the bottom but are "floating" due to the Leidenfrost effect on a thin vapor layer.
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