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LNG spilled onto water sometime undergoes a rapid phase transition (RPT) or physical explosion creating localized overpressure. Such physical explosions are also observed when water contacts molten metal or hot lava (steam explosions). RPT is a result of near spontaneous generation of vapor as the cold LNG is vaporized from heat gained from the underlying spill surface. Visit risk-safety.com for information on loss prevention.