Superheated water can explode.
When molten lava meets sea water it creates steam explosions.
Steam explosions are often encountered where hot lava meets sea water. Such an occurrence is also called a littoral explosion. A dangerous steam explosion can also be created when liquid water encounters hot, molten metal. As the water explodes into steam, it splashes the burning hot liquid metal along with it, causing an extreme risk of severe burns to anyone located nearby and creating a fire hazard.
Wikipedia, Steam Explosions, 2018
Earlier today, a basketball-sized chunk of molten rock slammed into a tour boat off the coast of Hawaii, injuring 23 people and sending at least four to the hospital. The incident happened near the Kilauea volcano, which has been erupting since early May. As USA Today reports, the Lava Ocean Tours boat was hit by falling lava caused by alittoral explosion near the Kapoho volcanic ocean entry, where molten rock from the Kilauea volcano is pouring into the sea.
Gizmodo, Nearly Two Dozen People Injured After Lava Bomb Hits Hawaii Tour Boat, 2018
But 1400 years ago explosion of sea water was portrayed in the Quran.
[Quran 82.3] If the seas were exploded.
Today we know where hot lava meets the sea water it makes steam explosions.